Cane

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Boni and Liveright, 1923 - African Americans - 239 pages
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The is beautiful, noving writing at its very best. - Goodreads
A great Modernist blend of poetry and prose vignettes. - Goodreads
Imagery is complex, even exceptional. - Goodreads
There is a lot of spectacular writing in this piece. - Goodreads
And his imagery is beautiful. - Goodreads
And, that's just the prose. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Pauline Kit - Goodreads

I read this for my Harlem Renaissance class and I'm so glad it was assigned. I'd previously never heard of Jean Toomer before that. This novel of interwoven stories does not take place in Harlem, but ... Read full review

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User Review  - Danielle Phillips - Goodreads

You won't read another book like Cane. Possibly the most gorgeous piece of literature to emerge from the Harlem Renaissance. Read full review

Contents

VKarintha I
6
Carma
16
Seventh Street
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