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Home to Harlem  16:59 HOME TO HARLEM ANALYSIS -vague  -under-developed -not plot-driven -Darkie=Friendly Contempt -Sweet man/back=Pimp. Doesn’t work. dresses nice and make woman work for  you -Evaluating characters by ethical behavior -Undermine stereotypes 9/7/10 -MODERNISM
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Unformatted text preview: •-literary and artistic practice •-aesthetic style Modernity-era •-government •-economics •-communication and global contact • technology MODERNISM- bit more critical than modernity-Book starts in World War 1-Universal CHARACTERS 16:59 RAY-16:59...
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