More Than Fifty Lost Essays By Dorothy West, Ralph Ellison, And Others Portray Harlem During The Great Depression, The Finest Period Of Self Discovery In African American History Between The Civil War And The Civil Rights Movement Of The SWritten For The WPA Writer S Project And The Stored Unseen In The Library Of Congress, These Forgotten Writings Capture The Voices Of War Veterans, Pullman Porters, Prostitutes, Preachers, And Even The Black Trail Blazer Who Became The First American To Reach The North Pole From The Rent Party Described By Frank Byrd, Where Paying Guests Partook Freely Of Fried Chicken, Pork Chops, Pigs Feet, And Potato Salad, Not To Mention Homemade Crawn Liquor To Dorothy West S Portrayal Of Amateur Night At The Apollo, A Renaissance In Harlem A Work Filled With Humor, Compassion, Hope And Outrage Is An Essential Historical Record Of The African American Experience
Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the A Renaissance in Harlem: Lost Essays of the WPA, by Ralph Ellison, Dorothy West, and Other Voices of a Generation book, this is one of the most wanted Lionel C. Bascom author readers around the world.
- 320 pages
- A Renaissance in Harlem: Lost Essays of the WPA, by Ralph Ellison, Dorothy West, and Other Voices of a Generation
- Lionel C. Bascom
- 26 October 2018 Lionel C. Bascom