Radio 2050

Radio 2050 – February 11, 2005

As the twenties roared and Harlem renaissance thrived,
a young woman from rural Florida became the toast of
literary New York. Jump at the Sun chronicles the
passionate life of Zora Neale Hurston, who went from
spinning tales on the front porch of a country store,
to writing prize-winning stories, novels, and plays.
Imbued with the rhymes and rhythms of the Jazz Age,
Hurston’s story reveals a woman’s ferocious appetite
for life, literature and love.

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