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  1. Zora Neale Hurston knew how to make an entrance. On May 1, 1925, at a literary awards dinner sponsored by Opportunity magazine, the earthy Harlem newcomer turned heads and raised eyebrows as she claimed four awards: a second-place fiction prize for her short story “Spunk,” a second-place award in drama for her play Color Struck , and two honorable mentions.

  2. 1 photographic print : gelatin silver. | Photograph shows Zora Neale Hurston (1891-1960), an African American, female author, anthropologist, playwright, and filmmaker, who was active in the Harlem Renaissance, in front of patterned backdrop.

  3. Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston [full text].pdf. Sign In ...

  4. The 2022 ZORA! Festival Season will now consist of three (3) key events, each one appealing to both a specific, as well as to, an inter-generational audience. Our theme is “Celebrations for the Generations.

  5. 01/05/2019 · 4 During this period, white people differed from colored to me only in that they rode through town and never lived there. They liked to hear me "speak pieces" and sing and wanted to see me dance the parse-me-la, and gave me generously of their small silver for doing these things, which seemed strange to me for I wanted to do them so much that I needed bribing to stop, only they didn't know it.

  6. 21/01/2013 · "Sweat” by Zora Neale Hurston It was eleven o'clock of a Spring night in Florida. It was Sunday. Any other night, Delia Jones would have been in bed for two hours by this time. But she was a wash-woman, and Monday morning meant a great deal to her. So she collected the soiled clothes on…

  7. 28/07/2022 · Magnolia Flower Zora Neale Hurston and Ibram X. Kendi, illus. by Loveis Wise. HarperCollins, $19.99 (40p) ISBN 978-0-06-309831-2