Tue, 09/25/2012 - 4:45pm
And speaking of writers, English professor Ron Miller has two new books out this fall: In On the Ruins of Modernity Ron Baxter Miller proposes that as the centuries turned and the nation became more diverse, the great Chicago Renaissances—especially the literary and cultural ones—never really ended. The nation’s cities simply became more richly complexioned and culturally nuanced. and Critical Insights: Langston Hughes Edited and with and…
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