By Katharine Capshaw Smith
"This readable and informative account... increases matters in regards to the political and social motive of all children’s literature. Essential." ―Choice
During the recent Negro Renaissance, African American children’s literature turned an important medium during which a disparate group solid bonds of cultural, financial, and aesthetic unity. utilizing interdisciplinary serious suggestions, together with social, academic, and publishing heritage, canon-formation conception, and large archival learn, Children’s Literature of the Harlem Renaissance analyzes adolescence as a website of rising black cultural nationalism. It explores the period’s energetic alternate in regards to the nature and identification of black adolescence and uncovers the networks of African american citizens who labored jointly to transmit black background and tradition to a brand new generation.
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