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Rudolph Fisher

Rudolph Fisher (1897-1934), a Phi Beta Kappan, was a dynamic force during the Harlem Renaissance, participating as an author, orator, and musician while also working full-time as a physician. He was the author of two novels, The Walls of Jericho and The Conjure Man Dies, as well as numerous short stories, book reviews, and scientific articles.