16 Must-Read Classics by African-American Writers

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  • 101711 fashion beauty books zora neale hurston their eyes were watching god
  • 101711 fashion beauty books web du bois the souls of the black folk
  • 101711 fashion beauty books annie allen
  • 101711 fashion beauty books toni morrison the bluest eyes
  • 101711 fashion beauty books richard wright native son
  • 101711 fashion beauty books ralph ellison invisible man
  • 101711 fashion beauty books alice walker the color purple
  • 101711 fashion beauty books langston huges poems
  • 101711 fashion beauty books countee cullen color
  • 101711 fashion beauty books frederick douglass my bondage and my freedom
  • 101711 fashion beauty books james baldwin go tell it on the mountain
  • 101711 fashion beauty books nikki giovanni acolytes
  • 101711 fashion beauty books lorraine hansberry a raisin in the sun
  • 101711 fashion beauty books maya angelou
  • 101711 fashion beauty books rita dove
  • 101711 fashion beauty books ntozake shange colored girls scribner

Annie Allen, Gwendolyn Brooks

Gwendolyn Brooks, the first African-American Pulitzer Prize winner, writes about love, racism, poverty, death and other life issues through the eyes of Annie Allen as she grows from a child to a woman and mother.

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