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Harlem Renaissance - A Brief Introduction

Harlem Renaissance - A Brief Introduction This resourceful site about the famed Harlem Renaissance contains a listing of some of the better-known personalities from the movement, a chronological timeline of events and publications, and an overview of its significance. There are photos and bibliographies
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Harlem Renaissance - A Brief Introduction


This resourceful site about the famed Harlem Renaissance contains a listing of some of the better-known personalities from the movement, a chronological timeline of events and publications, and an overview of its significance. There are photos and bibliographies for many of the authors listed, as well as a selection of research topics that deal with the literature of the Harlem Renaissance.

Paul P. Reuben, PhD, Department of English, California State University


• High School

Connie Ferrell

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