Cane

Cane

“Cane . . . exerted a powerful influence over the Harlem Renaissance”—The New York Times

Cane is a collection of short stories, poems, and dramas, written by Harlem Renaissance author Jean Toomer in 1923. The stories focus around African-American culture in both the North and the South during times when racism and Jim Crow laws still abounded. Vignettes of the lives of various African-American characters tell what it was like to live both in the rural areas… (more)

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Publisher: Clydesdale (January 14, 2020)

Collection: Clydesdale Classics

Page count: 244 pages

Language: English


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