However, make sure that any sources you include meet criteria for academic credibility and scholarship (peer-reviewed sources found through the calhoun library online databases, web sources from a reputable organizations or educational institutions with credible author identified, etc.)

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ONE of your sources will be one of the poems or stories studied in either the Lost Generation or the Harlem Renaissance lessons (the primary literary work). Remember, the Word files attached earlier in the module contain the full text of these works and my annotations to help you get you started with your literary analysis. Here is a list of the literary works examined in this module:
Ernest Hemingway, “Hills Like White Elephants”
T.S. Eliot “The Love Song of J. Aldred Prufrock”
E.E. Cummings, “In Just-”
E.E. Cummings “Anyone Lived in a Pretty How Town”
Langston Hughes, “Harlem”
Langston Hughes, “Mother to Son”
Langston Hughes, “Weary Blues”
Nora Zeale Hurston, “How It Feels to Be Colored Me”
Ralph Ellison, “Battle Royal”
In addition, your presentation will need to include information from at least TWO additional outside sources. To help you get started with your research of the historical events of the Modern Era (1914-1945) and identification of common themes and characteristics of Modern American Literature, I’m providing the following list of pre-approved credible, scholarly sources: You may choose to select your two additional outside sources completely from this list, or you may decide to find additional sources on your own. However, make sure that any sources you include meet criteria for academic credibility and scholarship (peer-reviewed sources found through the Calhoun Library online databases, web sources from a reputable organizations or educational institutions with credible author identified, etc.) Email me if you have any questions about outside sources.
The Modern Period: 1910-1945 This is high school English teacher’s website… Good for a basic overview.
“Outline of American Literature: Modernism and Experimentation: 1914-1945” Great overview of Modern American Literature in historical context.
“Modernism” Online exhibition from the Tate Modern Museum in London. It’s about modern art, but it’s interesting!
The Lost Generation Interesting overview of Lost Generation authors and their later political affiliations.
Lost Generation Writers: Lost Generation: Overview of Lost Generation, including literary characteristics.
Great Writer’s Inspire: Lost Generation: Overview of the Last Generation from the University of Oxford. Includes common themes.
Harlem Renaissance: Photo’s from the African American Cultural Explosion Photographs from
The Harlem Renaissance: What Was It, and Why Does It Matter? Excellent resource on the Harlem Renaissance… Lots of images and historical context.
The Harlem Renaissance History of the Harlem Renaissance from the Poetry Foundation. Many links to individual authors and other interesting content.
CUNY: U.S. History This is a huge open educational resource for basically all of American history… Scroll way down and click through Units 24-28 for information on 1914-1945.


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