Jean Toomer Race, Repression, and Revolution / Barbara Foley.
"With the publication of Cane in 1923 Jean Toomer emerged one of the most widely read, and now one of the most widely studied, authors of the Harlem Renaissance. Honored as a bold literary experimenter and as an eyewitness reporter of the abuses and outrages of Jim Crow Georgia, Toomer himself...
Urbana, Chicago, and Springfield :
University of Illinois Press,
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