Harlem Stomp: A Cultural History Of The Harlem Renaissance

ISBN-10: 0316496332
ISBN-13: 9780316496339
Author: Hill, Laban Carrick
Interest Level: 6-12
Publisher: Hachette Book Group

Publication Date: November 2020

Copyright: 2009

Page Count: 160


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Interest Level

Grades 6-12

Reading Level

Guided Reading: Z
Lexile: 1270L

BISAC Subjects

YOUNG ADULT NONFICTION / Biography & Autobiography / Cultural Heritage *

YOUNG ADULT NONFICTION / Art / History *

YOUNG ADULT NONFICTION / Music / History *

Description
A lively celebration of one of the most important periods of American cultural history: the Harlem Renaissance. Now with a fresh new package! Determined to make a new start for themselves at the dawn of the twentieth century, many African Americans joined the Great Migration and headed North. For those who landed in Harlem, New York, it was a time of intellectual, artistic, literary, and political blossoming. Influential African American artists and activists took center stage as they captured the attention of the world. Harlem Stomp! is a breathtaking, in-depth exploration of this fascinating era. Lavishly designed and illustrated, with photographs, historical documents, and full-color paintings, this virtual time capsule is packed with poetry, prose, and political rhetoric that introduce the amazing lives and work of notable figures such as Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston, Sargent Johnson and Marcus Garvey.
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