Mc·Kay(mə-kā′), Claude 1889-1948.
Jamaican-born American writer who figured prominently in the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s. His works include collections of poetry, such as Constab Ballads (1912), and novels, including Home to Harlem (1928).
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