Thompson, Carlyle V.
January 1999
Defining Ourselves: Black Writers in the 90s;1999, p37
A foreword to a series of articles on the theme of self-imposed exile from the Harlem Renaissance to the Black Arts Movement included in the book Defining Ourselves: Black Writers in the 90s.


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