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Cane By Jean ToomAck rural and urban life that make up Cane are rich in imagery Visions of smoke sugarcane dusk and flame permeate the Southern landscape the Northern world is pict. Karintha is a woman Men do not know that the soul of her was a growing thing ripened too soon They will bring their money; they will die not having found it outKarintha at twenty carrying beauty perfect as dusk when the sun goes down Karintha This book is a structurally inventive mix of prose poetry and drama with beautiful language This new edition also contains an essay about the uestion of race and the life and career of the mixed race Toomer who was an important figure in the Harlem Renaissance and modernist literature

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DOWNLOAD Cane By Jean Toomer ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ [EPUB] ✵ Cane By Jean Toomer – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk A literary masterpiece of the Harlem Renaissance Cane is a powerful work of innovative fiction evoking black life in the South The sketches poems and stories of black rural and urban life that makUred as a harsher reality of asphalt streets Impressionistic sometimes surrealistic the pieces are redolent of nature and Africa with sensuous appeals to eye and e. This was a thoroughly strange and surreal book made all the surreal by the fact that it was one of the first avant garde black American novels Toomer's world explodes with color and light with shades of Faulkner and Sherwood Anderson If there is a document of American magical realism this is it It's too easy when describing the rural black South to rely on stereotypes and minstrelsy Zora Neale Hurston I'm looking at you Toomer to his credit doesn't at all His world is too damn weird

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A literary masterpiece of the Harlem Renaissance Cane is a powerful work of innovative fiction evoking black life in the South The sketches poems and stories of bl. uiet and eerie Cane trembles with surreal beauty Toomer's language is at once lucid and suggestive his subjects disturbing and anguished; the tension between Toomer's aesthetically appealing prose and his painful subject matter proves to be increasingly unsettling as the book unfolds Juxtaposing poetry and prose past and present north and south script and narrative the three part experimental work of fiction also defies easy categorization further upsetting readers' expectations and emotions Despite the short book's disconcerting character or because of it Cane is spellbinding it feels impossible to put aside once begun