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Author: Countee Cullen
Publisher: New York ; London : Harper & Bros., 1925.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Dummies (Publishing)
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Poetry
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Cullen, Countee, 1903-1946.
Color.
New York ; London : Harper & Bros., 1925
(OCoLC)561344372
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Countee Cullen
OCLC Number: 626219
Notes: Poems.
Description: xvii, 108 pages ; 20 cm
Contents: Color. Yet do I marvel --
A song of praise --
Brown boy to brown girl --
A brown girl dead --
To a brown girl --
To a brown boy --
Black Magdalens --
Atlantic City waiter --
Near white --
Tableau --
Harlem wine --
Simon the Cyrenian speaks --
Incident --
Two who crossed a line (she crosses) --
Two who crossed a line (he crosses) --
Saturday's child --
The dance of love --
pagan prayer --
Wisdom cometh with the years --
To my fairer brethren --
Fruit of the flower --
The shroud of color --
Heritage --
Epitaphs. For a poet --
For my grandmother --
For a cynic --
For a singer --
For a virgin --
For a lady I know --
For a lovely lady --
For an atheist --
For an evolutionist and his opponent --
For an anarchist --
For a magician --
For a pessimist --
For a mouthy woman --
For a philosopher --
For an unsuccessful sinner --
For a fool --
For one who gayly sowed his oats --
For a skeptic --
For a fatalist --
For daughters of Magdalen --
For a wanton --
For a preacher --
For one who died singing of death --
For John Keats, Apostle of beauty --
For Hazel Hall, American poet --
For Paul Lawrence Dunbar --
For Joesph Conrad --
For myself --
All the dead --
For love's sake. Oh, for a little while be kind --
If you should go --
To one who said me nay --
Advice to youth --
Caprice --
Sacrament --
Bread and wine --
Spring reminiscence --
Varia. suicide chant --
She of the dancing feet sings --
Judas Iscariot --
The wise --
Mary, mother of Christ --
Dialogue --
In memory of Col. Charles Young --
To my friends --
Gods --
To John Keats, poet. at springtime --
On going --
Harsh world that lashest me --
Requiescam.
Responsibility: by Countee Cullen.

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