“The 3 People Who Midwifed The So-called ‘New Negro Literature’ Into Being”



In this dictum, Langston Hughes revealed the three individuals he believed they were the ones who had midwifed the so-called “New Negro Literature” into existence. What do you think, do you accede to his notion? See below for details.
“Jessie Fauset at ‘The Crisis’, Charles Spurgeon Johnson at ‘Opportunity’ and Alain Locke in Washington were the three people who midwifed the so-called ‘New Negro Literature’ into being. Kind and critical—but not too critical for the young—they nursed us along until our books were born.”

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From left to right: Jessie Fauset, Charles S. Johnson, Alain Locke.

You can choose to read further about their respective roles in the world of literature, and the goals they achieved apiece.

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