Definition of West, Dorothy in English:

West, Dorothy

proper noun

  • (1907–98), US writer. She wrote about racism and class and was a spokesman for the Harlem Renaissance during the 1920s. Her novels include "The Living Is Easy" (1948) and "The Wedding" (1995). "The Richer, the Poorer" (1995) is a collection of autobiographical pieces.

Pronunciation

West, Dorothy

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