'Remember Me to Harlem'

Tom Vitale reports on a new book about the Harlem Renaissance. Remember Me To Harlem is a collection of letters between the poet Langston Hughes and the white critic Carl Van Vechten, who helped get Hughes's early work into print. Their friendship spanned 40 years. (6:56) {Bernard, Emily. Remember Me To Harlem: The Letters of Langston Hughes and Carl Van Vechten, 1925-1964. Knopft, 2001. ISBN: 0679451137}



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