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Literary Garveyism

Tony Martin

Literary Garveyism

Few manuscripts concerning Afro-American intellectual history have been, or I dare say shall be, as important as is Tony Martin’s ‘Literary Garveyism…’ defines, precisely and elegantly, the complete aesthetic theory (emanating from the Garvey movement). No other scholar has written about Marcus Garvey’s aesthetic theory; a major lacuna in our reconstructions of the Harlem Renaissance, Garvey’s literary history, is herewith restored. Perhaps an adequate manner by which to characterize the importance of Professor Martin’s work is this: every other study of both the Harlem Renaissance and Afro-American Literature is now out of date.

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