Infants Of The Spring
UPNE, 18 giu 1992 - 284 pagine
This roman clef centers on Niggeratti Manor, fashioned after the Harlem rooming house in which Wallace Thurman once lived with other black artists and writers. Thurman's second novel is one of the most potent satires of the Harlem Renaissance and a retort to the idealized vision of Harlem's artistic community between World War I and the Depression.
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INFANTS OF THE SPRINGRecensione dell'utente - Kirkus
First published in 1932, two years before its author died destitute in New York City, this delightful roman Ö clef about the Harlem Renaissance returns to print as an inaugural volume in Modern ... Leggi recensione completa
Infants of the spring: [a novel]Recensione dell'utente - Not Available - Book Verdict
This is the first volume in Modern Library's inaugural series, "The Harlem Renaissance." The 1932 novel is a thinly disguised memoir of Thurman's own unhappy experiences in the 1920s literary movement ... Leggi recensione completa
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