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Poetry of the Harlem Renaissance is both “traditional” and “new,” in both instances largely in connection with its use of allusion and form. Consider how allusion and/or form function in any of the poems we have read so far. Do they connect the poem to a long literary tradition or do they mark a rupture from tradition? You might choose to focus on the role of a particular allusion or form in one specific poem, or you might compare its use across several instances.

Poetry of the Harlem Renaissance is both “traditional” and “new,” in both instances largely in connection with its use of allusion and form. Consider how allusion and/or form function in any of the poems we have read so far. Do they connect the poem to a long literary tradition or do they mark a rupture from tradition? You might choose to focus on the role of a particular allusion or form in one specific poem, or you might compare its use across several instances.

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