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What was not considered a part of the Harlem Renaissance?
a.literature
b.art
c.music
d.architecture

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    Which of those is not mentioned in these articles?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harlem_Renaissance

    http://www.biography.com/tv/classroom/harlem-renaissance

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    ummm well it was Architecture,thank you Ms.Sue

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    Right. You're welcome, MM.

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    Oh could you help me with this one Ms. Sue

    Hughes wrote an essay that claims he had slept in "The Thousand Beds." What aspect of his life made him write about this?

    (A.He traveled throughout Europe.)
    B.He often moved in with various relatives.
    C.He had a good sense of humor

    Hughes received financial assistance from Charlotte Mason. In 1930, he broke away from Mason and her financial assistance to?

    A.Travel the world
    B.go back to college
    C.to maintain his integrity
    (D.to get married)

    In 1932, Hughes went to Russia with a group of African Americans

    A.to learn the culture.
    B.to write a book.
    (C.to meet with other authors.)
    D.to assist with a film project.

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    I Picked A,D and C

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    Congratulations! All of your answers are wrong!

    Please do not waste your and our time with wild guesses!

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    NO C is right the other one's i forgot but i turned in my work so thanks

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    Hughes received financial assistance from Charlotte Mason. In 1930, he broke away from Mason and her financial assistance to





    a.


    travel the world.


    c.


    to maintain his integrity.




    b.


    go back to college.


    d.


    to get married.

  • English -

    Hughes received financial assistance from Charlotte Mason. In 1930, he broke away from Mason and her financial assistance to



    a.

    travel the world.

    c.

    to maintain his integrity.


    b.

    go back to college.

    d.

    to get married.

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