Calling the Wind: Twentieth-Century African-American Short Stories

Calling the Wind Twentieth Century African American Short Stories Pivotal stories from post slavery days through the Harlem Renaissance and into the nineties

  • Title: Calling the Wind: Twentieth-Century African-American Short Stories
  • Author: Clarence Major
  • ISBN: 9780060982010
  • Page: 476
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pivotal stories from post slavery days through the Harlem Renaissance and into the nineties.

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    1. This anthology of short stories by African Americans include all ot the greats from the 20th century which includes Paul Laurence Dunbar, Jean Toomer, Zora Neale Hurston, James Baldwin, and many more. I have previously read many of the stories such as Percival Everetts's, Age Would Be That Does; Jamaica Kincaid's, Girl; and Arna Bontemps, A Summer Tragedy.It's difficult to select favorites from among such greats, however, I will settle for Ernest Gaines', A Long Day in November which depicts lov [...]

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