New York: Garland Publishing, 1996. Seven volumes, complete set of the Garland series. All hardcovers in very good condition, only flaw is minor pen marginalia in vol. 4.
Vol.1 - The emergence of the Harlem Renaissance (356p), vol. 2 - The politics and aesthetics of "New Negro" literature (381p.), vol. 3 - Black writers interpret the Harlem Renaissance (471p, vol. 4 - The critics and the Harlem Renaissance (382p.), vol 5 - Remembering the Harlem Renaissance (463p.), vol. 6 - Analysis and assessment, 1940-1979 (504p.), vol. 7 - Analysis and assessment, 1980-1994 (482p.).