Cane by Jean Toomer

"Cane" is a collection of vignettes and poems that depict the life of African-Americans in both the rural South and urban North during the early 20th century. The narrative explores themes of racial identity, cultural heritage, and the African-American experience, blending elements of fiction, poetry, and drama. The work is divided into three parts, with the first and third focusing on life in the rural South and the second part on life in the urban North.

The 1014th greatest book of all time


Published
1923
Nationality
American
Type
Fiction
Pages
90-160
Words
30,000
Original Language
English

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