BLACK LITERATURE IN STRUGGLE: THE HARLEM RENAISSANCE AND THE CRISIS OF BLACK CULTURAL NATIONALISM

Salass, Nader
2015

In 1903, when W.E.B. Du Bois (1868-1963) published his most influential work The Souls of Black Folk, he stood between the end of the era of Reconstruction and the rise of the era of Jim Crow segregation, the Great Migration, and the New Negro Renaissance. He was at the tail end of the breed of race leadership shaped by the slave narrative genre and the writings of Nat Turner and Frederick Douglas... read more

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Undergraduate honors theses
Subjects
Senior honors thesis.
Tufts University. Department of English.
Black nationalism-- United States.
Harlem Renaissance.
American literature--African American authors.
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http://hdl.handle.net/10427/000334
ID: tufts:sd.0000225
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