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The Resource Black literature in America : a casebook, edited by Raman K. Singh and Peter Fellowes

Black literature in America : a casebook, edited by Raman K. Singh and Peter Fellowes

Label
Black literature in America : a casebook
Title
Black literature in America
Title remainder
a casebook
Statement of responsibility
edited by Raman K. Singh and Peter Fellowes
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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Singh, Raman K
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Fellowes, Peter
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • American literature
  • American literature
  • African Americans
  • African Americans
  • African Americans in literature
Label
Black literature in America : a casebook, edited by Raman K. Singh and Peter Fellowes
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 349-352
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Black literature. POETRY. Armand Lanusse - James D. Corrothers -- James Weldon Johnson -- Paul Lawrence Dunbar -- Claude McKay -- Langston Hughes -- Countee Cullen -- Richard Wright -- Margaret Walker -- Gwendolyn Brooks -- Bruce McM. Wright -- Ray Durem -- Conrad Kent Rivers -- Le Roi Jones -- Don Johnson -- David Henderson -- Lucy Smith -- Julian Bond. FICTION. Charles Waddell Chesnutt -- W.E.B. DuBois -- Arna Bontemps -- Langston Hughes -- Richard Wright -- Willard Motley -- Ralph Ellison -- John Henrick Clarke -- Frank Yerby -- John Oliver Killens -- James Baldwin -- John A. Williams -- Ernest J. Gaine. ESSAYS. James Baldwin -- Le Roi Jones -- Eldridge Cleaver. DRAMA. Joseph White -- Jimmy Garrett. Selected criticism. Arthur P. Davis -- Stanley Edgar Hyman -- Ralph Ellison -- Charles I Glicksberg -- Harold R. Isaacs -- Blyden Jackson -- Le Roi Jones -- David Littlejohn -- Larry Neal
  • Epigram / Armand Lanusse -- An Indignation Dinner / James D. Corrothers -- Lazy / James Weldon Johnson -- Sympathy / Paul Laurance Dunbar -- The Lynching / Claude McKay -- I, Too, Sing America / Langston Hughes -- Juke Box Love Song / Langston Hughes -- Passing / Langston Hughes -- Trumpert Player: 52nd Street / Langston Hughes -- Sprituals / Langston Hughes -- For a Lady I Know / Countee Cullen -- Incident / Countee Cullen -- Between the World and Me / Richard Wright -- We Have Been Believers / Margaret Walker -- The Birth in a Narrow Room / Gwendolyn Brooks -- The Chicago Defender Sends a Man to Little Rock / Gwendolyn Brooks -- The Bean Eaters / Gwendolyn Brooks -- The Vacant Lot / Gwendolyn Brooks -- Langston Hughes / Gwendolyn Brooks -- To Be Dazzled by the Racing of Her Blood / Bruce McM. Wright -- Award / Ray Durem -- The Still Voice of Harlem / Conrad Kent Rivers -- Vice / Le Roi Jones -- The New Sheriff / Le Roi Jones -- Notes for a Speech / Le Roi Jones -- Ostriches & Grandmothers! / Le Roi Jones -- Look for You Yesterday, Here You Come Today / Le Roi Jones -- O White Mistress / Don Johnson -- Downtown-Boy Uptown / David Henderson -- Face of Poverty / Lucy Smith -- Habana / Julian Bond -- The Goophered Grapevine / Charles Waddell Chesnutt -- On Being Crazy / W. E. B. DuBois -- A Summer Tragedy / Arna Bontemps -- Thank-You, M'am / Langston Hughes -- Almos' a Man / Richard Wright -- The Almost White Boy / Willard Motley -- Did You Ever Dream Lucky? / Ralph Ellison -- The Boy Who Painted Christ Black / John Henrik Clarke -- Health Card / Frank Yerby -- The Stick Up / John Oliver Killens -- Roy's Wound / James Baldwin -- Navy Black / John A. Williams -- The Sky is Gray / Ernest J. Gaines -- My Dungeon Shook / James Baldwin -- The Dempsey-Liston Fight / Le Roi Jones -- To All Black Women, From All Black Men / Eldridge Cleaver -- Old Judge Mose Is Dead / Joseph White -- And We Own The Night / Jimmy Garrett -- The Harlem of Langston Hughes' Poetry / Arthur P. Davis -- American Negro Literature and the Folk Tradition / Stanley Edgar Hyman -- Change the Joke and Slip the Yoke / Ralph Ellison -- The Alienation of Negro Literature / Charles I. Glicksberg -- Five Writers and Their African Ancestors / Harold R. Isaacs -- The Negro's Negro in Negro Literature / Blyden Jackson -- The Myth of a "Negro Literature" / Le Roi Jones -- from Black on White / David Littlejohn -- The Black Arts Movement / Larry Neal
Control code
86133
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xii, 354 pages
Lccn
78117436
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Label
Black literature in America : a casebook, edited by Raman K. Singh and Peter Fellowes
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 349-352
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Black literature. POETRY. Armand Lanusse - James D. Corrothers -- James Weldon Johnson -- Paul Lawrence Dunbar -- Claude McKay -- Langston Hughes -- Countee Cullen -- Richard Wright -- Margaret Walker -- Gwendolyn Brooks -- Bruce McM. Wright -- Ray Durem -- Conrad Kent Rivers -- Le Roi Jones -- Don Johnson -- David Henderson -- Lucy Smith -- Julian Bond. FICTION. Charles Waddell Chesnutt -- W.E.B. DuBois -- Arna Bontemps -- Langston Hughes -- Richard Wright -- Willard Motley -- Ralph Ellison -- John Henrick Clarke -- Frank Yerby -- John Oliver Killens -- James Baldwin -- John A. Williams -- Ernest J. Gaine. ESSAYS. James Baldwin -- Le Roi Jones -- Eldridge Cleaver. DRAMA. Joseph White -- Jimmy Garrett. Selected criticism. Arthur P. Davis -- Stanley Edgar Hyman -- Ralph Ellison -- Charles I Glicksberg -- Harold R. Isaacs -- Blyden Jackson -- Le Roi Jones -- David Littlejohn -- Larry Neal
  • Epigram / Armand Lanusse -- An Indignation Dinner / James D. Corrothers -- Lazy / James Weldon Johnson -- Sympathy / Paul Laurance Dunbar -- The Lynching / Claude McKay -- I, Too, Sing America / Langston Hughes -- Juke Box Love Song / Langston Hughes -- Passing / Langston Hughes -- Trumpert Player: 52nd Street / Langston Hughes -- Sprituals / Langston Hughes -- For a Lady I Know / Countee Cullen -- Incident / Countee Cullen -- Between the World and Me / Richard Wright -- We Have Been Believers / Margaret Walker -- The Birth in a Narrow Room / Gwendolyn Brooks -- The Chicago Defender Sends a Man to Little Rock / Gwendolyn Brooks -- The Bean Eaters / Gwendolyn Brooks -- The Vacant Lot / Gwendolyn Brooks -- Langston Hughes / Gwendolyn Brooks -- To Be Dazzled by the Racing of Her Blood / Bruce McM. Wright -- Award / Ray Durem -- The Still Voice of Harlem / Conrad Kent Rivers -- Vice / Le Roi Jones -- The New Sheriff / Le Roi Jones -- Notes for a Speech / Le Roi Jones -- Ostriches & Grandmothers! / Le Roi Jones -- Look for You Yesterday, Here You Come Today / Le Roi Jones -- O White Mistress / Don Johnson -- Downtown-Boy Uptown / David Henderson -- Face of Poverty / Lucy Smith -- Habana / Julian Bond -- The Goophered Grapevine / Charles Waddell Chesnutt -- On Being Crazy / W. E. B. DuBois -- A Summer Tragedy / Arna Bontemps -- Thank-You, M'am / Langston Hughes -- Almos' a Man / Richard Wright -- The Almost White Boy / Willard Motley -- Did You Ever Dream Lucky? / Ralph Ellison -- The Boy Who Painted Christ Black / John Henrik Clarke -- Health Card / Frank Yerby -- The Stick Up / John Oliver Killens -- Roy's Wound / James Baldwin -- Navy Black / John A. Williams -- The Sky is Gray / Ernest J. Gaines -- My Dungeon Shook / James Baldwin -- The Dempsey-Liston Fight / Le Roi Jones -- To All Black Women, From All Black Men / Eldridge Cleaver -- Old Judge Mose Is Dead / Joseph White -- And We Own The Night / Jimmy Garrett -- The Harlem of Langston Hughes' Poetry / Arthur P. Davis -- American Negro Literature and the Folk Tradition / Stanley Edgar Hyman -- Change the Joke and Slip the Yoke / Ralph Ellison -- The Alienation of Negro Literature / Charles I. Glicksberg -- Five Writers and Their African Ancestors / Harold R. Isaacs -- The Negro's Negro in Negro Literature / Blyden Jackson -- The Myth of a "Negro Literature" / Le Roi Jones -- from Black on White / David Littlejohn -- The Black Arts Movement / Larry Neal
Control code
86133
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xii, 354 pages
Lccn
78117436
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n

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