Shimmy Shimmy Shimmy Like My Sister Kate: Looking at the Harlem Renaissance Through Poems

In the 1920s, African-American poets living in Harlem used words to make a revolution. Their groundbreaking poetry not only reshaped American literature but redefined what it meant to be African American. This book is both an anthology of some of the best writing of our time and a witty guide that shows readers the beauties and the truths of those who were born in those splendid Harlem days.
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