"While the author is otherwise quite respectful toward this beloved black poet, as many grandmas of various races and ethnicities would say, it's not what's said but how it's said. (timeline, source notes, selected bibliography, index) (Biography. 9-12)"
Paul Laurence Dunbar's words serve as a cornerstone for much of black literature and everyday lit-dropping conversations among black folks. But when they cross the color line….
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