Amiable With Big Teeth Summary
Claude McKay

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Amiable With Big Teeth Overview

Amiable with Big Teeth is a recently discovered manuscript by writer Claude McKay, who was a major figure in the Harlem Renaissance. Amiable with Big Teeth was written in the early 1940s, and its plot and themes examine the exploitation of African-Americans in Harlem by communist influences. The novel follows fictional characters that represent different aspects of the sociopolitical landscape in Harlem in the mid-1930s. The narrative explores themes of race, politics, manipulation, socialization, and personal relationships.

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