New York : Norton, c1988.
LibraryThing member whitewavedarling
I'm still not entirely convinced of Cane's literary value as a single unified text, but there is interesting and worthwhile material here, at least in parts. As a whole, each reader will have to decide separately. Modernism aside, I'm not particularly convinced that all of this is edited, purposeful, or together.
LibraryThing member _________jt_________
First part is extremely good, especially the poems. Second part is okay. Third part you can take a pass on.
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