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The power of pride : stylemakers and rulebreakers of the Harlem Renaissance
Marks, Carole.
Adult Nonfiction E185.6 .M35 1999

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ContentsPage
Acknowledgmentsp. 8
Forewordp. 9
Introductionp. 10
I. - Out of the Southp. 19
1 - Josephine Bakerp. 21
2 - Walter Whitep. 39
3 - Zora Neale Hurstonp. 51
II. - Home to Harlemp. 63
4 - A'Lelia Walkerp. 65
5 - James Weldon Johnsonp. 79
6 - Ethel Watersp. 91
III. - Going to Chicagop. 105
7 - Louis Armstrongp. 107
8 - Bessie Smith and Alberta Hunterp. 121
9 - Jessie Fauset and Nella Larsenp. 135
IV. - Washington, D.C., Connectionsp. 155
10 - Florence Millsp. 157
11 - Duke Ellingtonp. 171
12 - Bill "Bojangles" Robinsonp. 187
V. - Paris: Societe des Amis des Noirsp. 201
13 - Carl Van Vechtenp. 203
14 - Langston Hughesp. 219
15 - Dorothy Westp. 235
Notesp. 248
Permissionsp. 264
Illustration Creditsp. 265
Indexp. 267


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