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This roman clef centers on Niggeratti Manor, fashioned after the Harlem rooming house in which Wallace Thurman once lived with other black artists and writers. Thurman's second novel is one of the most potent satires of the Harlem Renaissance and a retort to the idealized vision of Harlem's artistic community between World War I and the Depression.
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Significant progress has been made in the molecular biology, pathogenesis, imaging, and treatment of nervous system infections. The present work reviews these advances for the clinician, surgeon, and microbiologist. ****Northeastern UP has reprinted the Southern Illinois Press edition of 1979 (which is cited in BCL3), which itself was a reprint of the Macauley Co. publication of 1932. The SIU edition was in their series Lost American fiction. The present edition has a new long foreword by Amritjit Singh.
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A satirical novel of the Harlem Renaissance.
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