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Zora Neale Hurston (1891 – 1960), the African-American author and anthropologist, was a natural storyteller. Her love of story resulted in an array of novels and short stories as well as collections gathered from the oral traditions of the Black cultures of the American South and the Caribbean. Presented here is a survey of books by Zora Neale Hurston’s — fiction, ethnographical collections, and other writings.
Zora made a name for herself during the Harlem Renaissance movement of the 1920s, when she began producing novels, short stories, plays, essays, and a modest output of poetry. Upon graduating from Barnard College in 1928, she embarked on a parallel career as an anthropologist. Read More→