ISBN: 0143133675

ISBN 13: 9780143133674

Publication Date: April 04, 2019

Publisher: Penguin Classics

Pages: 224

Format: Paperback

Authors: Jean Toomer, George B Hutchinson, Zinzi Clemmons

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Jean Toomer's Cane is one of the most significant works to come out of the Harlem Renaissance and is considered to be a masterpiece in American modernist literature due to its distinct structure and style. First published in 1923 and told through a series of vignettes, Cane uses poetry, prose and play-like dialogue to create a window into the varied lives of African Americans living in the rural South and urban North during a time when Jim Crow laws pervaded and racism reigned.

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