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 his imagery is beautiful. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Heather - Goodreads

An interesting, fragmented mix of poetry and short stories. Beautiful writing and I can see why this is such an acclaimed read. I found the segments "Becky" and "Blood Burning Moon" most absorbing. However I had trouble keeping up an interest in the rest of the book due to the writing style. Read full review

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User Review  - Christopher Sutch - Goodreads

Jean Toomer's vivid, original poetic imagery, and the genius he displays in how he shaped and arranged the materials (short stories, poems, drama) that make up this brilliant avant-garde novel still ... Read full review

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S BloodBurning Moon
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