The New Negro

Alain Locke

44 issues
An anthology of fiction, poetry, and essays on African and African-American art and literature, edited by Locke. Considered to be the definitive text of the Harlem Renaissance.
Genres: non-fiction, african-american, poetry, history, race, essays, anthologies, 20th-century, college
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