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Essay heading: Harlem Renasiansse
 
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Zora Neal Hurston was another great contributor to the Harlem Renaissance with her book “Their eyes were watching God”. Her book was so fascinating that it was recognized as seminal work in African-American Literature and Women’s Literature. (H.L. Gates, 1993) Im folding up my little dreams Witin my heart to-night And praying I may soon forget The torture of their sight...
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Artists such as Frances Harper, Georgia Douglas Johnson, and Anne Spencer inspired the young with their words, songs, music and drama plays. Today, Dr. Maya Angelou, who was born in 1928, smack dab in the middle of the uprising of African Americans, gives credit to those inspiring artists from the Harlem period, for helping to light the fire in her, and make her dreams come true as a nationally known writer, actress, and mentor, today, much like Georgia Douglass Johnson was then...
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