Home to HarlemBook - 1987
This classic novel gives voice the the alienation and frustration of urban blacks during an era when Harlem was in vogue. With sensual, often brutal accuracy, Claude McKay traces the parallel paths of two very different young men struggling to find their way through the suspicion and prejudice of American society. At the same time, this stark but moving story touches on the central themes of the Harlem Renaissance, including the urgent need for unity and identity among blacks.
Publisher: Boston : Northeastern University Press, 1987
Edition: 1st Northeastern University Press ed
Copyright Date: ©1928
Branch Call Number: F MCKAY-C
Characteristics: xxvi, 340 pages ; 21 cm