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This amazing collection includes the remarkable outpouring of African-American literature during the 1920's. This book is eligible for Prestwick House paperback volume discounts. You'll always save at least 25% on any paperback you order. If the retail value of your order is at least $500, you'll…

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This magnificent volume features a wealth of fiction and nonfiction works by 45 writers from that exuberant era: 1919 – 1934. This book is eligible for Prestwick House paperback volume discounts. You'll always save at least 25% on any paperback you order. If the retail value of your order is…

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You're already teaching the book, so teach the vocabulary words your students will encounter within the book with this organized program, Vocabulary from Literature: a direct and incidental approach to literature-based vocabulary study. Instead of simply copying dictionary definitions, your students…

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Volume 3 World War I, the social and economic upheaval of the 1920's, the Harlem Renaissance, and the Great Depression usher in the twentieth century.

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When this classic was first published, Hurston's use of dialect brought her scathing criticism from her Harlem Renaissance contemporaries. Today, though, the multiple levels of language used, from the poetic voice of the narrator to the earthy voices of Janie and her fellow characters, are part of…

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This collection contains all his 860 poems, including 300 writings never before in book form. 717 pages. This book is eligible for Prestwick House paperback volume discounts. You'll always save at least 25% on any paperback you order. If the retail value of your order is at least $500, you'll save…

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Walter Dean Myers’ fascinating autobiography describes his life as a boy growing up in Harlem in the 1940s. With vivid details that bring to life the world he grew up in, Bad Boy shows Myers growing from a child into a confused adolescence during which peer pressure and environment led him to…

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…history. And when Abuela shows support for the Young Lords, a Puerto Rican activist group, in their fight against inequality in their Spanish Harlem neighborhood, Evelyn grows interested in the movement and, in turn, her Latino heritage. Based on true events, this work of historical fiction…

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…3,000 copies; that got our attention. Since then, the feedback has just gotten better. "An admirably realistic coming-of-age novel." - Booklist "A Harlem teenager learns how to apply the will he has to win at hoops to other parts of his life in this vivid, fluent story. Few writers can match Myers…

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When this classic was first published, Hurston's use of dialect brought her scathing criticism from her Harlem Renaissance contemporaries. Today, the multiple levels of language use, from the poetic voice of the narrator to the earthy voices of Janie and her fellow characters, are part of what makes…

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When this classic was first published, Hurston's use of dialect brought her scathing criticism from her Harlem Renaissance contemporaries. Today, the multiple levels of language use, from the poetic voice of the narrator to the earthy voices of Janie and her fellow characters, are part of what makes…

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Born on January 7, 1891, in a small southern town, Zora Neale Hurston would later become one of the most celebrated writers of the Harlem Renaissance. Her many literary works, including her novel Their Eyes Were Watching God, remain popular among readers today for their profound insight into African…

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