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Dawn’s Awake!

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"Dawn's Awake! by Otto Leland Bohanan is a gripping and poignant novel that explores the complexities of human relationships and the enduring power of love. The story follows the journey of a young woman named Dawn as she navigates the challenges of family dynamics, personal growth, and overcoming past traumas. Bohanan does a fantastic job of creating rich and multi-dimensional characters that readers can easily connect with and empathize with. The dialogue is sharp and evocative, drawing readers into the lives of the characters and making them feel as though they are right there alongside them. The narrative is beautifully written and flows seamlessly, keeping readers engaged from start to finish. Overall, Dawn's Awake! is a thought-provoking and emotionally resonant novel that will stay with readers long after they have turned the final page."

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volunteers bring you 14 recordings of The Dawn’s Awake! by Otto Leland Bohanan.
This was the Weekly Poetry project for February 9, 2020.
Otto Leland Bohanan was born around 1895 In Washington, D.C. He graduated from Howard University and taught English at the Catholic University. He also worked as a music instructor at DeWitt Clinton High School and died in 1932. This poem taken from James Weldon Johnson, ed. . The Book of American Negro Poetry. 1922. - Summary by David Lawrence

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