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The Resource My soul's high song : the collected writings of Countee Cullen, voice of the Harlem Renaissance, edited with an introduction by Gerald L. Early

My soul's high song : the collected writings of Countee Cullen, voice of the Harlem Renaissance, edited with an introduction by Gerald L. Early

Label
My soul's high song : the collected writings of Countee Cullen, voice of the Harlem Renaissance
Title
My soul's high song
Title remainder
the collected writings of Countee Cullen, voice of the Harlem Renaissance
Statement of responsibility
edited with an introduction by Gerald L. Early
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Includes Cullen's poetry and prose, essays from The Crisis magazine, the complete text of his novel "One Way to Heaven", and an interview
Cataloging source
DLC
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1903-1946
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Cullen, Countee
Dewey number
811/.52
Index
no index present
LC call number
PS3505.U287
LC item number
A6 1991
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Early, Gerald Lyn
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  • African Americans
  • Harlem Renaissance
  • Cullen, Countee
Label
My soul's high song : the collected writings of Countee Cullen, voice of the Harlem Renaissance, edited with an introduction by Gerald L. Early
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 609-618)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Tableau
  • Simon the Cyrenian speaks
  • Two who crossed a line [she crosses]
  • Two who crossed a line [he crosses]
  • Incident
  • Saturday's child
  • Pagan prayer
  • Wisdom cometh with the years
  • Fruit of the flower
  • The shroud of color
  • from Color.
  • Heritage
  • For a poet
  • For my grandmother
  • For a lady I know
  • For an atheist
  • For an evolutionist and his opponent
  • For an anarchist
  • For a pessimist
  • For daughters of Magdalen
  • For a mouthy woman
  • Yet do I marvel
  • For John Keats, apostle of beauty
  • For Paul Laurence Dunbar
  • For Joseph Conrad
  • For myself
  • If you should go
  • Spring reminiscence
  • She of the dancing feet sings
  • Judas Iscariot
  • The wise
  • To John Keats, poet, at spring time
  • A song of praise
  • Song of praise
  • Harsh world that lashest me
  • Requiescam
  • Brown boy to brown girl
  • A brown girl dead
  • To a brown girl
  • Black Magdalens
  • Atlantic City waiter
  • One day we played a game
  • Variations on a theme
  • A song of sour grapes
  • Lament
  • The love tree
  • The wind bloweth where it listeth
  • Thoughts in a zoo
  • Two thoughts of death
  • Love's way
  • In spite of death
  • from Copper Sun.
  • Cor cordium
  • Lines to my father
  • Protest
  • An epitaph
  • Youth sings a song of rosebuds
  • Hunger
  • More than a fool's song
  • Advice to a beauty
  • Ultimatum
  • At the wailing wall in Jerusalem
  • From the dark tower
  • To Endymion
  • Epilogue
  • Threnody for a brown girl
  • Uncle Jim
  • Colored blues singer
  • Colors
  • The litany of the dark people
  • Pity the deep in love
  • Minutely hurt
  • The foolish heart
  • For Helen Keller
  • Not Sacco and Vanzetti
  • Self criticism
  • A thorn forever in the breast
  • The proud heart
  • Therefore, adieu
  • At a parting
  • Dictum
  • From The black Christ and other poems.
  • Bright bindings
  • Black majesty
  • Ghosts
  • Song in spite of myself
  • Nothing endures
  • The street called crooked
  • To certain critics
  • The black Christ
  • To the three for whom the book
  • Tribute
  • That bright chimeric beast
  • To an unknown poet
  • Little sonnet to little friends
  • Mood
  • Counter mood
  • Sonnet [2]
  • Sonnet [3]
  • To one not there
  • Sonnet [4]
  • Sonnet [5]
  • Sonnet dialogue
  • To France
  • Death to the poor
  • The cat
  • Cats
  • from The Medea and some poems.
  • Scottsboro, too, is worth its song
  • After a visit
  • Magnets
  • Any human to another
  • Only the polished skeleton
  • To France
  • Medusa
  • Sonnet [1]
  • The Medea
  • The ballad of the brown girl : an old ballad retold
  • La belle, la douce, la grande
  • A negro mother's lullaby
  • Lines for a hospital
  • Judas Iscariot (first version)
  • From life to love
  • Night rain
  • Singing in the rain
  • The poet
  • Uncollected poems.
  • Dear friends and gentle hearts
  • Karenge ya marenge
  • Christus natus est
  • Apostrophe to the land
  • To the swimmer
  • Life's rendevzous
  • I have a rendezvous with life
  • One way to heaven
  • Countee Cullen on miscegenation
  • Essays and speeches.
  • The development of creative expression
  • from Opportunity magazine, April 1928.
  • "The dark tower" column
  • The League of Youth address
  • Countee Cullen to his friends
  • Countee Cullen on French courtesy
  • Countee Cullen in England
  • Appendix.
  • Prologue and epilogue for The Medea
  • "Rendezvous with life : an interview with Countee Cullen"
  • James Baldwin
Control code
21972400
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xiv, 618 pages
Isbn
9780385417587
Isbn Type
(HC)
Lccn
90040926
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(WaOLN)1355401
Label
My soul's high song : the collected writings of Countee Cullen, voice of the Harlem Renaissance, edited with an introduction by Gerald L. Early
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 609-618)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Tableau
  • Simon the Cyrenian speaks
  • Two who crossed a line [she crosses]
  • Two who crossed a line [he crosses]
  • Incident
  • Saturday's child
  • Pagan prayer
  • Wisdom cometh with the years
  • Fruit of the flower
  • The shroud of color
  • from Color.
  • Heritage
  • For a poet
  • For my grandmother
  • For a lady I know
  • For an atheist
  • For an evolutionist and his opponent
  • For an anarchist
  • For a pessimist
  • For daughters of Magdalen
  • For a mouthy woman
  • Yet do I marvel
  • For John Keats, apostle of beauty
  • For Paul Laurence Dunbar
  • For Joseph Conrad
  • For myself
  • If you should go
  • Spring reminiscence
  • She of the dancing feet sings
  • Judas Iscariot
  • The wise
  • To John Keats, poet, at spring time
  • A song of praise
  • Song of praise
  • Harsh world that lashest me
  • Requiescam
  • Brown boy to brown girl
  • A brown girl dead
  • To a brown girl
  • Black Magdalens
  • Atlantic City waiter
  • One day we played a game
  • Variations on a theme
  • A song of sour grapes
  • Lament
  • The love tree
  • The wind bloweth where it listeth
  • Thoughts in a zoo
  • Two thoughts of death
  • Love's way
  • In spite of death
  • from Copper Sun.
  • Cor cordium
  • Lines to my father
  • Protest
  • An epitaph
  • Youth sings a song of rosebuds
  • Hunger
  • More than a fool's song
  • Advice to a beauty
  • Ultimatum
  • At the wailing wall in Jerusalem
  • From the dark tower
  • To Endymion
  • Epilogue
  • Threnody for a brown girl
  • Uncle Jim
  • Colored blues singer
  • Colors
  • The litany of the dark people
  • Pity the deep in love
  • Minutely hurt
  • The foolish heart
  • For Helen Keller
  • Not Sacco and Vanzetti
  • Self criticism
  • A thorn forever in the breast
  • The proud heart
  • Therefore, adieu
  • At a parting
  • Dictum
  • From The black Christ and other poems.
  • Bright bindings
  • Black majesty
  • Ghosts
  • Song in spite of myself
  • Nothing endures
  • The street called crooked
  • To certain critics
  • The black Christ
  • To the three for whom the book
  • Tribute
  • That bright chimeric beast
  • To an unknown poet
  • Little sonnet to little friends
  • Mood
  • Counter mood
  • Sonnet [2]
  • Sonnet [3]
  • To one not there
  • Sonnet [4]
  • Sonnet [5]
  • Sonnet dialogue
  • To France
  • Death to the poor
  • The cat
  • Cats
  • from The Medea and some poems.
  • Scottsboro, too, is worth its song
  • After a visit
  • Magnets
  • Any human to another
  • Only the polished skeleton
  • To France
  • Medusa
  • Sonnet [1]
  • The Medea
  • The ballad of the brown girl : an old ballad retold
  • La belle, la douce, la grande
  • A negro mother's lullaby
  • Lines for a hospital
  • Judas Iscariot (first version)
  • From life to love
  • Night rain
  • Singing in the rain
  • The poet
  • Uncollected poems.
  • Dear friends and gentle hearts
  • Karenge ya marenge
  • Christus natus est
  • Apostrophe to the land
  • To the swimmer
  • Life's rendevzous
  • I have a rendezvous with life
  • One way to heaven
  • Countee Cullen on miscegenation
  • Essays and speeches.
  • The development of creative expression
  • from Opportunity magazine, April 1928.
  • "The dark tower" column
  • The League of Youth address
  • Countee Cullen to his friends
  • Countee Cullen on French courtesy
  • Countee Cullen in England
  • Appendix.
  • Prologue and epilogue for The Medea
  • "Rendezvous with life : an interview with Countee Cullen"
  • James Baldwin
Control code
21972400
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xiv, 618 pages
Isbn
9780385417587
Isbn Type
(HC)
Lccn
90040926
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(WaOLN)1355401

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