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Dust Tracks on a Road: An Autobiography (Harper Perennial Modern Classics)
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In , Hurston joined a traveling theater troupe as a maid and dresser. In , she left the troupe in Baltimore, where she lied about her age taking off ten years in order to qualify for a free high school education. A year later, she moved to Washington, DC, where she finished her high school diploma at Howard Academy, then enrolled in college classes at Howard University.
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Hurston began writing at Howard and published her first short story in the university literary magazine. In , she moved to New York and became involved with the artists and writers collectively known as the Harlem Renaissance.
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She impressed people with her work so much that she was given a scholarship to Barnard College, where she earned a BA in While at Barnard, she developed an interest in anthropology, and, both before and after graduation, she made trips to the southern United States and the Bahamas, collecting black folklore material. In , Hurston returned to Florida to live and write. She published a book of folk stories and her first novel and continued to pursue her interest in anthropology.
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In and , she received back-to-back Guggenheim Fellowships for travel to Jamaica and Haiti to study voodoo practices. On her return, she published her findings in a book. She also wrote two more novels and an autobiography, along with numerous articles and short stories. In , she traveled to Honduras to write another novel and to study the folklore there. Bastard Out of Carolina. We Were Eight Years in Power.
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