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The collected works of Langston Hughes

저자: Langston Hughes; Arnold Rampersad; Dolan Hubbard; Leslie Catherine Sanders
출판사: Columbia : University of Missouri Press, ©2001-<©2004>
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The sixteen volumes are published with the goal that Hughes pursued throughout his lifetime: making his books available to the people. Each volume will include a biographical and literary chronology by Arnold Rampersad, as well as an introduction by a Hughes scholar lume introductions will provide contextual and historical information on the particular work.
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Hughes, Langston, 1902-1967.
Collected works of Langston Hughes.
Columbia : University of Missouri Press, c2001-<c2004>
(OCoLC)679458205
자료 유형: 정부 간행물, 주 또는 도 정부 간행물
문서 형식:
모든 저자 / 참여자: Langston Hughes; Arnold Rampersad; Dolan Hubbard; Leslie Catherine Sanders
ISBN: 0826213391 9780826213396 0826213405 9780826213402 0826213413 9780826213419 0826213421 9780826213426 0826213693 9780826213693 0826214770 9780826214775 0826213707 9780826213709 0826214096 9780826214096 0826213944 9780826213945 0826213715 9780826213716 0826214983 9780826214980 0826213723 9780826213723 082621410X 9780826214102 0826214347 9780826214348 0826214118 9780826214119 0826214355 9780826214355
OCLC 번호: 45500326
메모: Vol. 4 edited with an introduction by Dolan Hubbard.
Vol. 5 edited with an introduction by Leslie Catherine Sanders, with Nancy Johnston.
Vol. <6> edited with an introduction by Leslie Catherine Sanders.
Vol. <8> edited with an introduction by Donna Akiba Sullivan Harper.
Vols. 9-10 edited with an introduction by Christopher C. De Santis.
Vol. 11 edited with an introduction by Dianne Johnson.
Vol. 12 edited with an introduction by Steven C. Tracy.
Vol. 13-14 edited with an introduction by Joseph Mclaren.
Vol. 15 edited by R. Baxter Miller, with an introduction by Arnold Rampersad.
Vol. 16 edited with an introduction by Dellita Martin-Ogunsola.
설명: volumes <1-6, 8-16> ; 24 cm.
내용: v. 1. The poems, 1921-1940 --
v. 2. The poems, 1941-1950. v. 3. Montage of a dream deferred. Boogie segue to bop. Dream boogie --
Parade --
Children's rhymes --
Sister --
Comment on stoop --
Preference --
Necessity --
Question --
Figurine --
Buddy --
Juke box love song --
Ultimatum --
Warning --
Croon --
New Yorkers --
Wonder --
Easy boogie. v.3. Montage of a dream deferred. Dig and be dug. Movies --
Tell me --
Not a movie --
Neon signs --
Numbers --
What? So soon --
Comment against lamp post --
Figurette --
Motto --
Dead in there --
Situation --
Dancer --
Advice --
Green memory --
Wine-o --
Relief --
Ballad of the landlord --
Corner meeting --
Projection. v. 3. Montage of a dream deferred. Early bright. Flatted fifths --
Tomorrow --
Mellow --
Live and let live --
Gauge --
Bar --
Cafe, 3 a.m. --
Drunkard --
Street song --
125th Street --
Dive --
Warning : augmented --
Up-beat --
Jam session --
Be-bop boys --
Tag. v. 3. Montage of a dream deferred. Vice versa to Bach. Theme for English B --
College formal : Renaissance casino --
Low to high --
Boogie, 1 a.m. --
High to low --
Lady's boogie --
Freedom train --
Deferred --
Request --
Shame on you --
World War II. v. 3. Montage of a dream deferred. Dream deferred. Mystery --
Silver of sermon --
Testimonial --
Passing --
Nightmare boogie --
Sunday by the combination --
Casualty --
Night funeral in Harlem --
Blues at dawn --
Dime --
Argument --
Neighbor --
Evening song --
Chord --
Fact --
Joe Louis --
Subway rush hour --
Brothers --
Likewise --
Silver --
Hope --
Dream boogie : variation. v. 3. Montage of a dream deferred. Lenox Avenue mural. Harlem --
Good morning --
Same in blues --
Comment on curb --
Letter --
Island. v. 3. Ask your mama. Cultural exchange --
Ride, Red, ride --
Shades of pigmeat --
Ode to Dinah --
Blues in stereo --
Horn of plenty --
Gospel cha-cha --
Is it true? --
Ask your mama --
Bird in orbit --
Jazztet muted --
Show fare, please. v. 3. The panther and the lash. Words on fire. Corner meeting --
Harlem --
Prime --
Crowns and garlands --
Elderly leaders --
The backlash blues --
Lenox Avenue bar --
Motto --
Junior addict --
Dream deferred --
Death in Yorkville --
Who but the Lord? --
Third degree --
Black Panther --
Final call. v. 3. The panther and the lash. American heartbreak. American heartbreak --
Ghosts of 1919 --
October 16 : the raid --
Long view : Negro --
Frederick Douglass : 1817-1895 --
Still here --
Words like freedom. v. 3. The panther and the lash. The Bible belt. Christ in Alabama --
Bible belt --
Militant --
Office building : evening --
Florida road workers --
Special bulletin --
Mississippi --
Ku Klux --
Justice --
Birmingham Sunday --
Bombings in Dixie --
Children's rhymes --
Down where I am. v. 3. The panther and the lash. The face of war. Mother in wartime --
Without benefit of declaration --
Official notice --
Peace --
Last prince of the east --
The dove --
War. v. 3. The panther and the lash. African question mark. Oppression --
Angola question mark --
Lumumba's grave --
Color --
Question and answer --
History. v. 3. The panther and the lash. Dinner guest : me. Dinner guest : me --
Northern liberal --
Sweet words on race --
Un-American investigators --
Slave --
Undertow --
Little song on housing --
Cultural exchange --
Frosting --
Impasse. v. 3. The panther and the lash. Daybreak in Alabama. Freedom --
Go slow --
Merry-go-round --
Dream dust --
Stokely Malcolm me --
Slum dreams --
Georgia dusk --
Where? When? Which? --
Vari-colored song --
Jim Crow car --
Warning --
Daybreak in Alabama. v. 3. Uncollected poems, 1951-1960. Prelude to our age --
Where service is needed --
Consider me --
So long --
Tomorrow's seed --
Hero--International Brigade --
The Christmas story --
No regrets --
A ballad of Negro history --
Hope for Harlem --
Ultimatum : kid to kid --
Ballad of the two thieves --
Africa --
Envoy to Africa --
Ballad of Booker T. --
Addition --
Poet to bigot --
Room --
Do you reckon? --
Lincoln University, 1954 --
Draftees --
Azikiwe in jail --
Old Walt --
Us, colored --
Miss Blues'es child --
Delinquent --
Mean old yesterday --
In explanation of our times --
Plaint --
The thorn --
Brotherly love --
Two somewhat different epigrams --
Last call --
Late corner --
Acceptance --
Testament --
Gone boy --
Memo to non-white peoples --
Expendable --
Bouquet --
Departure --
Dixie South Africa --
Communiqué --
Casual --
Numbered --
The last man living --
On a pallet of straw --
Carol of the brown king --
On a Christmas night --
Ballad of Mary's son --
Pastoral --
Little cats --
Not else--but --
Tambourines --
As befits a man --
Maybe --
Blue Monday --
to Artina --
Uncle Tom --
Abe Lincoln --
Imagine --
"The Jesus". v. 3. Uncollected poems, 1961-1967. If you would --
Encounter --
Pair in one --
Good bluffers --
Number --
Silent one --
Doorknobs --
We, too --
For Russell and Rowena Jelliffe --
Dream of freedom --
Small memory --
Drums --
Chicago --
Old age --
To you --
Not what was --
Christmas Eve, nearing midnight in New York --
Metropolitan Museum --
Emperor Haile Selassie --
Suburban evening --
Demonstration --
Bitter brew --
Freedom --
Flotsam. v. 3. Appendix. Poems circulated by the Associated Negro press. Song of the refugee road --
America's young black Joe! --
Ballad of the fool --
Ballad of Walter White --
The Mitchell case --
Explain it, please --
Ballad of the black sheep --
Epitaph --
So tired blues --
Return to sea --
Jazz girl --
Pathological puzzle --
Dixie man to Uncle Sam --
Governor fires dean --
Get up off that old jive --
Fourth of July thought --
Battle ground --
Joe Louis --
Crow goes, too --
Lonely nocturne --
Troubled water --
Total war --
Gandhi is fasting --
Judge William Hastie --
What I think --
Just an ordinary guy --
Speaking of food --
Puzzlement --
The bells toll kindly --
Madam and the crime wave --
Madam's Christmas, or merry Christmas everybody --
Song after lynching --
Bonds for all --
Poor girl's ruination --
Poem to Uncle Sam --
Song of adoration --
Bonds : in memoriam --
Worriation --
Ballad of Henry Moore --
Message to the president --
Promised land --
Chicago blues. v. 4. Not without laughter --
Tambourines to glory. v. 5. Mulatto --
Mule bone --
Scottsboro, limited --
Harvest --
Angelo Herndon Jones --
Little Ham --
Soul gone home --
Mother and child --
Emperor of Haiti (troubled island) --
When the Jack hollers, or Careless love --
Joy to my soul --
Front porch --
Don't you want to be free? --
Six satires --
The sun do move. v. 6. Operas. Troubled island ; The organizer ; The barrier ; Esther ; Port town --
Musicals. Tropics after dark ; Simply heavenly ; Mister Jazz ; Jericho--Jim Crow ; Tambourines to glory --
Gospel plays. Black nativity ; The gospel glow ; Master of miracles ; The prodigal son --
Miscellaneous plays. For this we fight ; The ballot and me --
Radio plays. Booker T. Washington in Atlanta ; Brothers ; Pvt. Jim Crow ; In the service of my country --
Ballet librettos. The Amazon queen ; The Saint Louis blues ; Blues to be-bop ballet ; Two brothers = Dos hermanos ; Ask your mama ; Bessie Smith descends ; Carmelita and the cockatoo ; The Conga ends --
Lyrics from musicals. Street scene ; Just around the corner --
Cantatas. The five foolish virgins ; Godly is the house of God ; The glory around His head ; Ballad of the brown king ; Let us remember. v. 7. Simple speaks his mind --
Simple takes a wife. v. 8. Simple stakes a claim --
Simple's Uncle Sam --
Uncollected stories. Remembrances ; Wigs, women, and falsies ; On women who drink you up ; Hairdos ; Cousin Minnie wins ; Riddles ; Color of the law ; Simple and the high prices ; Everybody's difference ; Intermarriage ; Liberals need a mascot ; Serious talk about the atom bomb ; Brainwashed ; Help, mayor, help! ; Little Klanny ; Simple's psychosis ; Pictures ; Simple arithmetic ; Africa's daughters ; African names ; Harems and robes ; Money and mice ; Population explosion ; Youthhood ; Hail and farewell. v. 9. Essays on art, race, politics, and world affairs --
v. 10. "Fight for freedom" and other writings on civil rights. v. 11. Contributions to the Brownies' book. Mexican games --
In a Mexican city --
The gold piece : a play that might be true --
Up to the crater of an old volcano. v. 11. Poetry. The dream keeper and other poems. The dream keeper ; Winter moon ; Fairies ; Autumn thought ; Dreams ; April rain song ; After many springs ; Winter sweetness ; Quiet girl ; Poem ; Joy --
Sea charm. Water-front streets ; Long trip ; Sea calm ; Sailor ; Seascape ; Mexican market woman ; Beggar boy ; Parisian beggar woman ; Irish wake ; Death of an old seaman ; Sea charm --
Dressed up. Dressed up ; Reasons why ; Negro dancers ; The weary blues ; Homesick blues ; Wide river ; Minstrel man ; A black Pierrot ; Bound no̕ th blues ; Song ; Passing love ; When Sue wears red ; Po̕ boy blues ; Song for a banjo dance ; Night and morn --
Feet o̕ Jesus. Feet o̕ Jesus ; Sinner ; Prayer ; Judgment day ; Ma lord ; Baby ; Lullaby ; Prayer meeting --
Walkers with the dawn. Walkers with the dawn ; African dance ; Aunt Sue's stories ; Alabama earth ; My people ; Lincoln Monument : Washington ; Dream variation ; Sun song ; The Negro speaks of rivers ; The Negro ; Mother to son ; As I grew older ; I, too ; Youth. v. 11. Poetry. The sweet and sour animal book --
Uncollected poems for children. Signs of spring ; The lament of a vanquished beau ; Mister Sandman ; Thanksgiving time ; Trip, San Francisco ; Garment ; The kids in school with me ; We're all in the telephone book ; City ; To make words sing ; Gypsies ; There's always weather ; New flowers ; Year round ; Country ; Grandpa's stories ; Piggy-back ; Shearing time ; Brand new clothes ; Problems ; Not often ; Grocery store ; Poor Rover ; The blues ; Silly animals ; Old dog Queenie ; Little song ; Friendly in a friendly way ; Shepherd's song at Christmas. v. 11. Fiction. Popo and Fifina, children of Haiti --
Black misery --
The pasteboard bandit. v. 11. "First books". The first book of Negroes --
The first book of rhythms --
The first book of jazz --
The first book of the West Indies --
The first book of Africa. v. 12. Works for children and young adults : biographies --
v. 13. Autobiography : the big sea --
v. 14. Autobiography : I wonder as I wander. v. 15. The ways of white folks --
Laughing to keep from crying --
Something in common and other stories --
Uncollected stories. Mary Winosky ; Those who have no turkey ; Seventy-five dollars ; Bodies in the moonlight ; The childhood of Jimmy ; The young glory of him ; The little virgin ; Luani of the jungles. v. 16. The translations : Federico García Lorca, Nicolás Guillén, and Jacques Roumain. Blood wedding / Federico García Lorca --
Cuba libre / Nicolás Guillén --
Masters of the dew / Jacques Roumain. v. 17. The sweet flypaper of life --
v. 18. An annotated bibliography of the works.
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책임: edited with an introduction by Arnold Rampersad.

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