Bronzeville: Brooks' Two Visions Comparison Essay by The Research Group

Bronzeville: Brooks' Two Visions
A comparison of Gwendolyn Brooks' "Street in Bronzeville" and "Bronzeville Boys and Girls".
# 71163 | 1,840 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2003 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2003 in Literature (American)

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This paper compares two of Gwendolyn Brooks' books of poetry: "Street in Bronzeville" and "Bronzeville Boys and Girls". It examines the way in which each poem depicts black life and the influence of Bronzeville on Brooks' writing.

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"With her stunning use of form and language, Gwendolyn Brooks is often considered one of the most innovative American poets of the twentieth century. More importantly Brooks stands out as a post-Harlem Renaissance writer who speaks honestly and passionately .."

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