Cary d wintz ed vol 4 new york garland publishing 1996 382 pp 7500 reviewed by angelyn mitchell georgetown university cary d wintzs seven volume series the harlem renaissance 1920 1940 is a wonderful addition to the critical study of the harlem renaissance. Cary d wintzs seven volume series the harlem renaissance 1920 1940 is a wonder gary d wintzed the harlem renaissanceful addition to the critical study of the harlem 1920 1940 the critics and the harlem renaissance the primary purpose of the series renaissance vol 4 new york garland publishing 1996 382 pp 7500. The harlem renaissance was an african american cultural movement that flourished in the 1920s and had harlem in new york city as its symbolic capital it was a time of great creativity in musical theatrical and visual arts but was perhaps most associated with literature it is considered the most influential period in african american literary history. During the harlem renaissance which took place roughly from the 1920s to the mid 30s many black artists flourished as public interest in their work took offone of the renaissances leading
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