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The complete poems of Paul Laurence Dunbar

Author: Paul Laurence Dunbar
Publisher: New York : Dodd, Mead, [1980]
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A collection of the poems of Paul Laurence Dunbar, the first African-American writer to achieve an international reputation.
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Dunbar, Paul Laurence, 1872-1906.
Complete poems of Paul Laurence Dunbar.
New York : Dodd, Mead, [1980]
(OCoLC)647067173
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Laurence Dunbar
ISBN: 0396078958 9780396078951
OCLC Number: 6379175
Description: xxxii, 289 pages ; 20 cm
Contents: Absence --
Accountability --
Advice --
After a visit --
After many days --
After the quarrel --
After while --
Alexander Crummell --
dead --
Alice --
Anchored --
Angelina --
Ante-bellum sermon, An --
Appreciation --
'At candle-lightin' time --
At cheshire cheese --
At loafing-holt --
At night --
At sunset time --
At the tavern --
Awakening, The --
Back-log song, A --
Ballad --
Ballade --
Banjo song, A --
Barrier, The --
Behind the arras --
Bein' back home --
Beyond the years --
Black Samson of Brandywine --
Blue --
Bohemian, The --
Boogah man, The --
Booker T. Washington --
Border ballad, A --
Boy's summer song, Breaking the charm --
A --
Bridal measure, A --
By rugged ways --
By the stream --
Cabin tale, A --
Capture, The --
Career, A --
Change has come, The --
Change, The --
Changing time --
Chase, The --
Choice, A --
Chrismus is a-comin' --
Chrismus on the plantation --
Christmas --
Christmas carol --
Christmas folksong, A --
Christmas in the heart --
Circumstances alter cases --
Colored band, The --
Colored soldiers, The --
Columbian ode --
Communion --
Comparison --
Compensation --
Confessional --
Confidence, A --
Conquerors, The --
Conscience and remorse --
Coquette conquered, A --
Corn-song, a --
Corn-stalk fiddle, The --
Crisis, The --
Curiosity --
Curtain --
Dance, The --
Dat ol' mare o' mine --
Dawn --
Day --
Deacon Jones' grievance --
Dead --
Death --
Death of the first born, The --
Death song, A --
Debt, The --
De critters' dance --
Delinquent, The --
Dely --
Deserted plantation, The --
Despair --
De way t'ings come --
Differences --
Dilettante, The: a modern type --
Dinah kneading dough --
Diplomacy --
Dirge --
Dirge for a soldier --
Disappointed --
Discovered --
Discovery, The --
Distinction --
Disturber, The --
Douglass --
Dove, The --
Dream song I --
Dream song II --
Dreamer, The --
Dreamin' town --
Dreams --
Dreams --
Drizzle --
Drowsy day, A --
Easy-goin' feller, An --
Encouraged --
Encouragement. End of the chapter, The --
Equipment --
Ere sleep comes down to soothe the weary eyes --
Evening --
Expectation --
Faith --
Farewell to Arcady --
Farm child's lullaby, The --
Fisher child's lullaby, The --
Fishing --
Florida night, A --
Foolin' wid de seasons --
For the man who fails --
Forest greeting, The --
Forever --
Fount of tears, The --
Frederick Douglass --
Frolic, a --
From the porch at Runnymede --
Garret, The --
Golden day, A --
Good-night --
Gourd, The --
Grievance, A --
Growin' gray --
Harriet Beecher Stowe --
Haunted oak, The --
He had his dream --
Her thought and his --
Hope --
How Lucy backslid --
How shall I woo thee --
"Howdy, honey, howdy" --
Hunting song --
Hymn --
Hymn --
Hymn, a --
If --
Ione --
In an English garden --
In August --
In May --
In summer --
In summer time --
In the morning --
In the tents of Akbar --
Inspiration --
Invitation to love --
Itching heels --
James Whitcomb Riley --
Jealous --
Jilted --
Joggin' erlong --
Johnny speaks --
Just whistle a bit --
Keep a-pluggin' away --
Keep a song up on de way --
Kidnaped --
King is dead, The --
Knight, The --
Lapse, The --
Lawyers' ways, The --
Lazy day, A --
Lesson, The --
Letter, A --
Life --
Life's tragedy --
Lil' gal --
Lily of the valley, The --
Limitations --
Lincoln --
Little brown baby --
Little Christmas basket, A --
Little Lucy Landman --
Liza May --
Lonesome --
Long ago --
'Long to'ds night --
Longing --
Looking-glass, The --
Lost dream, A --
Love --
Love and grief --
Love despoiled --
Love letter, A --
Love song --
Love song, A --
Lover and the moon, The --
Lover's lane --
Love's apostheosis --
Love's castle --
Love's draft --
Love's humility --
Love's phases --
Love's pictures --
Love's seasons --
Lullaby --
Lyric, a --
Madrigal, A --
Mare rubrum --
Master-player, The --
Masters, The --
Meadow lark, The --
Melancholia --
Memory of Martha, The --
Merry autumn --
Misty day, A --
Misapprehension --
Monk's walk, The --
Morning --
Morning song of love --
Mortality --
My corn-cob pie. My lady of Castle Grand --
My little march girl --
My sort o' man --
My sweet brown gal --
Mystery, The --
Mystic sea, The --
Murdered lover, The --
Musical, A --
Nature and art --
Negro love song, a --
News, The --
Night --
Night, dim night --
Night of love --
Noddin' by de fire --
Noon --
Nora: a serenade --
Not they who soar --
Nutting song --
October --
Ode for Memorial Day --
Ode to Ethiopia --
Old apple-tree, The --
Old cabin, The --
Old front gate, The --
Old homestead, The --
Old memory, The --
Ol' tunes, The --
On a clean book --
On the death of W.C. --
On the dedication of Dorothy Hall --
On the river --
On the road --
On the sea wall --
One life --
Opportunity --
Over the hills --
Paradox, The --
Parted --
Parted --
Party, The --
Passion and love --
Path, The --
Phantom kiss, The --
Philosophy --
Photograph, The --
Phyllis --
Place where the rainbow ends, The --
Plantation child's lullaby, The --
Plantation portrait, A --
Plantation melody, A --
Plea, A --
Poet and his song, The --
Poet and the baby, --
The Poet, The --
Pool, The --
Poor withered rose --
Possession --
Possum --
Possum trot --
Prayer, A --
Precedent --
Preference, A --
Premonition --
Preparation --
Prometheus --
Promise --
Protest --
Puttin' the baby away --
Quilting, The --
Rain-songs --
Real question, The --
Religion --
Reluctance --
Remembered --
Resignation --
Response --
Retort --
Retrospection --
Riding to town --
Right to die, The --
Right's security --
Rising of the storm, The --
Rivals, The --
River of ruin, The --
Roadway, a --
Robert Gould Shaw --
Roses --
Roses and pearls --
Sailor's song, A --
Sand-man, The --
Scamp --
Secret, the --
Seedling, The --
She gave me a rose --
She told her beads --
Ships that pass in the night --
Signs of the times --
Silence --
Slow through the dark --
Snowin' --
Soliloquy of a turkey --
Song --
Song --
Song, A --
Song, A --
Song of summer --
Song, The --
Sonnet --
Sparrow, The --
Speakin' at de' cou'thouse --
Speakin' o' Christmas. Spellin'-bee, The --
Spiritual, A --
Spring fever --
Spring song --
Spring wooing, A --
Starry night, A --
Summer night, A --
Stirrup cup, The --
Summer pastoral, A --
Summer's night, A --
Sum, The --
Sunset --
Suppose --
Sympathy --
Temptation --
Thanksgiving poem, A --
Then and now --
Theology --
Thou art my lute --
Till the wind gets right --
Time to tinker 'roun'! --
To a captious critic --
To a lady playing the harp --
To a dead friend --
To a violet found on All Saints' Day --
To an ingrate --
To Dan --
To E.H.K. --
To her --
To J.Q. --
To Louise --
To pfrimmer --
To the eastern shore --
To the memory of Mary Young --
To the Miami --
To the road --
To the south --
Trouble in de kitchen --
Tryst, The --
Turning of the babies in the bed, The --
Twell de night is pas' --
Twilight --
Two little boots --
Two songs --
Unexpressed --
Unlucky apple, The --
Unsung heroes, the --
Vagrants --
Valse, The --
Vengeance is sweet --
Veteran, The --
Voice of the banjo, The --
Visitor, The --
Wadin' in de creek --
Waiting --
Warm day in winter, A --
We wear the mask --
Warrior's prayer, The --
Weltschmertz --
W'en I gits home --
What's the use --
When a feller's itchin' to be spanked --
When all is done --
When de co'n pone's hot --
When dey 'listed colored soldiers --
When Malindy sings --
When Sam'l sings --
When the old man smokes --
When winter darkening all around --
Whip-poor-Will and Katy-did --
Whistling Sam --
Whittier --
Why fades a dream? --
Wind and the sea, The --
Winter-song --
Winter's approach --
Winter's day, A --
With the lark --
Wooing, The --
Worn out --
Wraith, The --
Yesterday and to-mor-row.
Other Titles: Poems
Responsibility: with an introd. to "Lyrics of lowly life" by W.D. Howells.

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A collection of the poems of Paul Laurence Dunbar, the first African-American writer to achieve an international reputation.

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