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by Jean Toomer

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“In the land of cotton”: economics and violence in Jean Toomer’s ‘Cane.’
“Scholars differ in opinion about the link of author Jean Toomer’s novel ‘Cane’ to the economic and social realities facing rural and small-town Georgia.”
Contains: Historical Context
Author: Barbara Foley
From: African American Review Summer 1998
To “Flash White Light from Ebony”: The Problem of Modernism in Jean Toomer’s Cane
“The temptation to read Jean Toomer’s Cane as something of a modernist experiment in autobiography is strong, and scholars who do so fall into two camps: those who see the work as a tribute to the discovery of a true self, and those who read it as testimony to the failure of an attempt to make that discovery.”
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Catherine Gunther Kodat
From: Twentieth Century Literature Spring 2000
Keywords: Modernism

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