Jean Toomer (December 26, 1894 – March 30, 1967) was an African American poet and novelist and an important figure of the Harlem Renaissance and modernism. His first book Cane, published in 1923, is considered by many to be his most significant. He continued to write poetry, short stories and essays. After his second marriage in 1934, he moved from New York to Doylestown, Pennsylvania, where he became a member of the Religious Society of Friends (also known as Quakers) and retired from public life. His papers are held by the Beinecke Rare Book Library at Yale University.

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  • Jean Toomer (December 26, 1894 – March 30, 1967) was an African American poet and novelist and an important figure of the Harlem Renaissance and modernism. His first book Cane, published in 1923, is considered by many to be his most significant. He continued to write poetry, short stories and essays. After his second marriage in 1934, he moved from New York to Doylestown, Pennsylvania, where he became a member of the Religious Society of Friends (also known as Quakers) and retired from public life. His papers are held by the Beinecke Rare Book Library at Yale University. (en)
  • Jean Toomer (Washington D. C., 1894 - Doylestown, Pensilvania, 1967) fue un escritor estadounidense, miembro influyente del Renacimiento de Harlem durante las décadas de 1920 y 1930. Su innovadora novela Cane (1923) constituyó uno de los primeros signos de que había una nueva energía en las artes y la literatura afroamericanas. (es)
  • Jean Toomer, né Eugene Pinchback Tomer (26 décembre 1894 à Washington D.C. mort le 30 mars 1967 à New York City), était un poète et romancier américain qui contribua à la Renaissance de Harlem. (fr)
  • Jean Toomer (Geburtsname: Nathan Pinchback Toomer; * 26. Dezember 1894 in Washington, D.C.; † 30. März 1967 in Doylestown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania) war ein US-amerikanischer Schriftsteller, der durch seinen Roman Cane zu einem bedeutenden Vertreter der Harlem Renaissance, einer Richtung innerhalb der afroamerikanischen Literatur in der amerikanischen Literatur, wurde. (de)
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  • Toomer circa 1920-1930
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  • Jean Toomer (December 26, 1894 – March 30, 1967) was an African American poet and novelist and an important figure of the Harlem Renaissance and modernism. His first book Cane, published in 1923, is considered by many to be his most significant. He continued to write poetry, short stories and essays. After his second marriage in 1934, he moved from New York to Doylestown, Pennsylvania, where he became a member of the Religious Society of Friends (also known as Quakers) and retired from public life. His papers are held by the Beinecke Rare Book Library at Yale University. (en)
  • Jean Toomer (Washington D. C., 1894 - Doylestown, Pensilvania, 1967) fue un escritor estadounidense, miembro influyente del Renacimiento de Harlem durante las décadas de 1920 y 1930. Su innovadora novela Cane (1923) constituyó uno de los primeros signos de que había una nueva energía en las artes y la literatura afroamericanas. (es)
  • Jean Toomer, né Eugene Pinchback Tomer (26 décembre 1894 à Washington D.C. mort le 30 mars 1967 à New York City), était un poète et romancier américain qui contribua à la Renaissance de Harlem. (fr)
  • Jean Toomer (Geburtsname: Nathan Pinchback Toomer; * 26. Dezember 1894 in Washington, D.C.; † 30. März 1967 in Doylestown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania) war ein US-amerikanischer Schriftsteller, der durch seinen Roman Cane zu einem bedeutenden Vertreter der Harlem Renaissance, einer Richtung innerhalb der afroamerikanischen Literatur in der amerikanischen Literatur, wurde. (de)
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