A Companion to the Harlem Renaissance (Blackwell Companions by Cherene Sherrard-Johnson

By Cherene Sherrard-Johnson

A spouse to the Harlem Renaissance offers a complete choice of unique essays that tackle the literature and tradition of the Harlem Renaissance from the tip of global battle I to the center of the 1930s.

  • Represents the main complete assurance of issues and precise new views at the Harlem Renaissance available
  • Features unique contributions from either rising students of the Harlem Renaissance and proven educational “stars” within the field
  • Offers a number of interdisciplinary positive factors, akin to the part on visible and expressive arts, that emphasize the collaborative nature of the era
  • Includes “Spotlight Readings” that includes lesser recognized figures of the Harlem Renaissance and newly came across or undervalued writings via canonical figures       

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