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Harlem Renaissance

ENG 201, Dr. Bucher


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Getting Started

Need a general overview resource on the Harlem Renaissance? Check out some of these e-books. 

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We can get them for you through interlibrary loan. Be sure to start early! There's no charge to you.

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Sherre Harrington
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