Claude McKay, the canonically renowned Harlem Renaissance poet, has become a central subject in current sexuality, African diaspora, and postmodern Marxist studies. This review essay highlights the different contributions of four recent book-length studies specifically on McKay; it situates their theoretical contexts within larger critical dialogues and historical inquiries concerning black creative expression and transnational ideological spaces and material practices.

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