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Jessie Redmon Fauset. By: Heather Gialluca. Jessie Redmon Fauset. Born April 27 th 1882 in Snow Hill New Jersey. Editor, Poet, Essayist and Novelist. Attended Cornell and university of Pennsylvania for languages. Died: April 30 th 1961. Dead fires.

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Jessie redmon fauset

Jessie RedmonFauset

By: Heather Gialluca


Jessie redmon fauset1

Jessie RedmonFauset

  • Born April 27th1882 in Snow Hill New Jersey.

  • Editor, Poet, Essayist and Novelist.

  • Attended Cornell and university of Pennsylvania for languages.

  • Died: April 30th 1961


Dead fires

Dead fires

  • Theme: Better to have loved in vain then to have not loved at all.

  • Tone: Prideful and not regretful

  • Technique: consonance,


La vie c la vie c est la vie

LA Vie Cla vie c’est la vie

  • Translation: The life that is life.

  • Theme: The end of a relationship

  • Tone: Heart break

  • Technique: consonance, imagery, paradox


Importance to the harlem renaissance

Importance to the Harlem renaissance

  • She was the publication literary editor for The Crisis in 1919.

  • She encouraged other writers during the Harlem Renaissance such as Langston Hughes, Jean Toomer and Claude McKay.


La vie c est la vie and dead fires

La vie c’est la vie and dead fires

La Vie C’est La Vie

  • Has a mood of heartbreak.

  • Has consonance.

  • Refers to a drawn out relationship, a loveless relationship.

Dead Fires

  • Has of mood of pride.

  • Has consonance.

  • Refers to a bad love but not regretting it.


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