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The New Negro: An Interpretation
Editor:Alain Locke
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Availability:Available January 2021
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Dimensions:5 x 8
Edited by the first African American Rhodes Scholar, this landmark anthology of fiction, poetry, essays, drama, music, and illustration is widely regarded as the key text of the Harlem Renaissance. Exploring social, political, and artistic change, the works include Locke's titular tract, as well as contributions by Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston, Claude McKay, Jean Toomer, James Weldon Johnson, and other luminaries.
Reprint of the Albert and Charles Boni, New York, 1925 edition.

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