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Chorus of Latino voices

By Jan Gardner
Globe Correspondent / November 21, 2010

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The publication of “The Norton Anthology of African American Literature” in 1996 was a personal triumph for co-editor Henry Louis Gates Jr., the renowned Harvard scholar. W.W. Norton, whose anthologies have long been acknowledged as defining the best in literature, had added to the canon a 2,500-page volume of writings encompassing the African-American experience from its earliest days to the ... (Full article: 552 words)

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