Offers profiles of three poets, examines their writings, and assesses their role in the Harlem Renaissance movementDunbar-Nelsona#39;s manuscript story aquot;Ellen Fentonaquot; is singular in her canon. A strikingly modern work, it is reminiscent of Doris Lessinga#39;s aquot;To Room 19aquot; in its exploration of a domestic womana#39;s painful growth into a consciousness of self. At ageanbsp;...
|Title||:||Color, Sex & Poetry|
|Author||:||Gloria T. Hull|
|Publisher||:||Indiana University Press - 1987|