The First World War soldiers who had just returned from war were also well compensated by the government and were making numerous investments such as in buying homes.
This led to the economy booming and this was a time good enough for an industry such as the publishing industry to thrive.
Thus this movement created world recognition for the African literature, earning it respect.
This movement fostered the modernization of the African-American population, enabling them to be proud of their culture and identify with it at the expense of perceiving it as a weak one (Gennie, Jean, Sadie & Cheris, 2003).
Furthermore, many.....culture but this struggle brings more and more positive results every day and this positive shift started namely in the period of the Harlem Renaissance, the great period of African American culture thriving.
The masterpieces in the field of music, literature, painting created during this period became famous in the whole world. New York: Oxford University Press, 1973 Hutchinson,......background, whereas others make sincere efforts to withdraw from the racial identity completely.
Harlem Renaissance Harlem Renaissance, also known as a New Negro Movement, united a number of black writers in an unprecedented explosion of their creativity.
It was the time when a racial identity of the black people was established thanks to united efforts of a number of talented African-Americans, Zora Neale Hurston, Lorraine Hansberry and Langston Hughes among others.
Next, Lorraine Hansberry’s “A Raisin in the Sun” focuses on a period in life of the Youngers, a black family living in Chicago.
Just as they are about to get a , 000 insurance check from the insurance policy of their late father, all members of the family discuss their dreams as to how to spend the money.