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Click for more detail about The Oxford Anthology of African-American Poetry by Arnold Rampersad and Hilary Herbold
The Oxford Anthology of African-American Poetry
by Arnold Rampersad and Hilary Herbold
Click for more detail about Up from Slavery by Booker T. Washington
Up from Slavery
by Booker T. Washington
Click for more detail about The Works Of Alain Locke by Charles Molesworth
The Works Of Alain Locke
by Charles Molesworth
Click for more detail about Slavery and the Making of America by James Oliver Horton and Lois E. Horton
Slavery and the Making of America
by James Oliver Horton and Lois E. Horton
Click for more detail about The Language Hoax by John McWhorter
The Language Hoax
by John McWhorter
Click for more detail about Defining Creole by John McWhorter
Defining Creole
by John McWhorter
Click for more detail about The Oxford Handbook Of African American Theology by Katie G. Cannon and Anthony B. Pinn
The Oxford Handbook Of African American Theology
by Katie G. Cannon and Anthony B. Pinn
Click for more detail about Black Misery by Langston Hughes
Black Misery
by Langston Hughes
Click for more detail about Harlem Renaissance by Nathan Huggins
Harlem Renaissance
by Nathan Huggins
Click for more detail about The Oxford Companion to African American Literature by William L. Andrews, Frances Smith Foster and 
Trudier Harris
The Oxford Companion to African American Literature
by William L. Andrews, Frances Smith Foster and Trudier Harris









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