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By Sharon L Jones

Zora Neale Hurston, one the 1st nice African-American novelists, was once an immense determine within the Harlem Renaissance and an notion for destiny generations of writers. compatible for top tuition and college-level scholars, this ebook presents info on Hurston's lifestyles and paintings.

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