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Title: Harlem Renaissance


1
Harlem Renaissance
  • Mr. Grote
  • Senior English

2
What Was It?
Explosion of creativity in Harlem, New York
during the 1920s.
  • Intellectual Dialogue
  • Literary and Artistic Creativity
  • Blues and Jazz
  • Dance and Musical Integration

3
Langston Hughes
Born in 1902 in Joplin, Missouri Published first
poem in 1921, The Negro Speaks of Rivers Wrote of
African Americans daily lives, their anger, and
their love
4
Harlem
Take out a piece of paper. Read the poem, Page
255 in supplemental text Jot down some of your
initial reactions. Why has the dream been
deferred? What does Hughes mean by explode? Any
other prevalent imagery?
Remember to show evidence from text!!!
5
Assignment Time!!!
Create a Brochure for the Harlem
Renaissance Groups of 2 or 3 Include the
Following Maps Information on Influential
People Quotes Important Dates Description of
Living Conditions
6
Helpful Websites
http//www.loc.gov/rr/program/bib/harlem/harlem.ht
ml
http//encarta.msn.com
www.google.com
7
Indiana Standards Met
12.3.5 Analyze and evaluate works of literary or
cultural significance in American, English, or
world history that reflect or shed light on the
seminal philosophical, religious, social,
political, or ethical ideas of their time.
12.5.2 Write responses to literature that -
demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of the
significant ideas in works or passages. - analyze
the use of imagery, language, universal themes,
and unique aspects of the text. - support
statements with evidence from the text.
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