By Emmanuel S. Nelson
Unlike the other publication of its sort, this quantity celebrates released works from a large diversity of yankee ethnic teams infrequently featured within the common canon of literature.
• Highlights crucial print and digital assets on multicultural literature via an in depth bibliography
• positive aspects entries from 50 participants, all of whom are specialists of their fields
• comprises cultural works hardly ever highlighted in conventional textbooks, reminiscent of Iranian American literature, Dominican American literature, and Puerto Rican American literature
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In addition to his Broadway play, Richardson also wrote a number of other plays, including Mortgaged (1924), Compromise (1925), and The Broken Banjo (1925). Just as prolific as Richardson was Randolph Edmonds. Edmonds is credited with penning 50 plays; most of them were published in the collections Shades and Shadows (1930), Six Plays for a Negro Theatre (1934), and The Land of Cotton and Other Plays (1940). Other notable writers of the time period include Georgia Douglass Johnson, Eulalie Spence, and Dr.
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