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Zora Neale Hurston was a significant Harlem Renaissance writer. Much of Hurston's work portrays racial stuggles in the American South during the early 1900s. Their Eyes Were Watching God is an epic tale of Janie Crawford, whose quest for identity takes her on a journey during which she learns what love is, experiences life’s joys and sorrows, and come home to herself in peace.
Check out our Big Read book, Lab Girl by Hope Jahren, sponsered by the National Endowment for the Arts!