Spoofing the modern : satire in the Harlem Renaissance /
"Spoofing the Modern is the first book devoted solely to studying the role satire played in the movement known as the "New Negro," or Harlem, Renaissance from 1919 to 1940. As the first era in which African American writers and artists enjoyed frequent access to and publicity from maj...
University of South Carolina Press,
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