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Lois Brown

Lois Brown’s Pauline Elizabeth Hopkins: Black Daughter of the Revolution, is a literary biography of the pioneering New England writer, dramatist, performer, and journalist.

In addition to essays on American and African American literary history and culture, Lois Brown has published an encyclopedia on the literary Harlem Renaissance.

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