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Word, Image, and the New Negro: Representation and Identity in the Harlem Renaissance

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This book focuses on the collaborative illustrated volumes published during the Harlem Renaissance, in which African Americans used written and visual texts to shape ideas about themselves and to redefine African American identity. Anne Elizabeth Carroll argues that these volumes show how participants in the movement engaged in the processes of representation and identity ...more
Paperback, 294 pages
Published February 1st 2007 by Indiana University Press (first published 2005)
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