The Harlem Renaissance Re-examined
This collection of scholarly efforts to reexamine the artistic period of the Harlem Renaissance is divided into two parts: theory and questions; art and answers. The contributors seek to reevaluate the place in the canon of writers of such notables as Zora Neale Hurston and Rudolph Fisher; and present an interview with Dorothy West and an overview of black women playwrights. The volume also includes an essay on white patronage that provides new information about Louise Thompson's role as secretary to Hurston and Langston Hughes. ISBN 0-404-63202-5: $40.00.
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