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My soul's high song : the collected writings of Countee Cullen, voice of the Harlem Renaissance

Author: Countee Cullen; Gerald Lyn Early
Publisher: New York : Doubleday, 1991.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Includes Cullen's poetry and prose, essays from The Crisis magazine, the complete text of his novel "One Way to Heaven", and an interview.
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Genre/Form: Literary collections
Bibliographie
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Cullen, Countee, 1903-1946.
My soul's high song.
New York : Doubleday, 1991
(OCoLC)647505340
Named Person: Countee Cullen
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Countee Cullen; Gerald Lyn Early
ISBN: 0385417586 9780385417587 0385412959 9780385412957
OCLC Number: 21972400
Description: xiv, 618 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: from Color. Yet do I marvel --
A song of praise --
Brown boy to brown girl --
A brown girl dead --
To a brown girl --
Black Magdalens --
Atlantic City waiter --
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 --
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 --
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 --
Song of praise --
Harsh world that lashest me --
Requiescam. from Copper Sun. From the dark tower --
Threnody for a brown girl --
Uncle Jim --
Colored blues singer --
Colors --
The litany of the dark people --
Pity the deep in love --
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 --
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 --
To Endymion --
Epilogue. From The black Christ and other poems. To the three for whom the book --
Tribute --
That bright chimeric beast --
To an unknown poet --
Little sonnet to little friends --
Mood --
Counter mood --
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 --
Bright bindings --
Black majesty --
Ghosts --
Song in spite of myself --
Nothing endures --
The street called crooked --
To certain critics --
The black Christ. from The Medea and some poems. After a visit --
Magnets --
Any human to another --
Only the polished skeleton --
To France --
Medusa --
Sonnet [1] --
Sonnet [2] --
Sonnet [3] --
To one not there --
Sonnet [4] --
Sonnet [5] --
Sonnet dialogue --
To France --
Death to the poor --
The cat --
Cats --
Scottsboro, too, is worth its song. The Medea --
The ballad of the brown girl : an old ballad retold. 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 --
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. One way to heaven. 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 --
Countee Cullen on miscegenation. Appendix. Prologue and epilogue for The Medea --
"Rendezvous with life : an interview with Countee Cullen" / James Baldwin.
Responsibility: edited and with an introduction by Gerald Early.

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Includes Cullen's poetry and prose, essays from The Crisis magazine, the complete text of his novel "One Way to Heaven", and an interview.

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