University of South Florida Harlem Renaissance Discussion
Write a Discussion Board Post analyzing the following:
Some poems of the Harlem Renaissance – Langston Hughes’s “The Weary Blues” and Claude McKay’s “The Harlem Dancer”, for example, are explicitly about music; others, such as Countee Cullen’s “Saturday’s Child”, with its ballad form, and Angelina Grimké’s improvisational “Tenebris”, take a distinctly musical approach. Write a Discussion Board Response about the interplay of words and music in the poetry of this period.
MAX WORDS 150-200