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4 sem. hrs. Focuses on the literature, music, and culture that emerged after WWI in places like Harlem. Examines the period's atmosphere of creativity and experimentation through the works of both major 'white' writers like Hemingway, Faulkner, Fitzgerald, and Eliot, and major African-American writers like Hughes, Hurston, Larsen, Du Bois, and Toomer.