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“These essays are sure to open up new exchanges about the ways in which African American writers have claimed modernism for their own artistic purposes, as well as about how Hemingway and other Anglo American writers attempted to engage in intertexual conversations with black voices, black writing, and black humanity. An important collection for all Americanists.” —Amritjit Singh, Langston Hughes Professor of English, Ohio University

“Hemingway and the Black Renaissance reveals complex, sometimes fraught, and often surprising literary connections between Hemingway and Black writers of the twentieth century.  This important book will put to the test and, one hopes, finally put to rest any assumptions that Hemingway’s life and work did not significantly resonate with Black writers of his time and later.” —Debra A. Moddelmog, author of Reading Desire: In Pursuit of Ernest Hemingway

“No other book has focused on Hemingway’s high profile in the black literary imagination, nor has any placed his prose in dialogue with the New Negro cohort of the Lost Generation. Hemingway and the Black Renaissance will enhance our understanding of ‘mulatto modernism’ in general as well as the full impact of the most influential American modernist stylist in particular.” —William J. Maxwell, associate professor of English and African American studies at Washington University in St. Louis, author of New Negro, Old Left and editor of Claude McKay’s Complete Poems

“Hemingway and the Black Renaissance is long overdue in Hemingway studies. We critics will greatly benefit from having it as a resource at last.” —Linda Wagner-Martin, Hanes Professor of English and comparative literature, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
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About the Author

 Gary Edward Holcomb is associate professor of African American literature in the Americas at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. Charles Scruggs is professor of literature at the University of Arizona in Tucson.
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