Cane

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University Place Press, 1967 - African Americans in literature - 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
Incredible writing... - Goodreads
There is a lot of spectacular writing in this piece. - Goodreads
And, that's just the prose. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Katie Stout - Goodreads

More like 4 1/2 stars, but I'll round up just because I haven't rated any books 5 stars this year yet. Jean Toomer's Cane really is a "literary masterpiece." I was in awe of his style and form, how he ... Read full review

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User Review  - Alex - Goodreads

A wonderful, magisterial voice - at its best, up there with Whitman - but young and unfinished. It has that explosive, tightrope feel of some early works by brilliant writers. It's known as the first ... Read full review

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