Brings together some 20 pieces written between 1921 and 1945, most
published for the first time, by an author often grouped with the
figures of the Harlem Renaissance. His later writings suggest an
affinity with the Lost Generation. Essay topics include race
relations and the philosophy of Gurdjieff, with literary criticism of
authors including Eugene O'Neill and Zona Gale.
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