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The new Negro renaissance : an anthology

Author: Arthur Paul Davis; Michael W Peplow
Publisher: New York : Holt, Rinehart and Winston, [1975] ©1975
Series: Rinehart editions, no. 153.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Provides writings that are appeals to fair play, that show a vision of despair, ironic pieces, raceless literature, best-foot-forward literature, passing for white literature. Also includes writings about Harlem: the popular image by Ira de A. Reid, Langston Hughes, Helene Johnson, Countee Cullen, Claude McKay. Also includes writings on the ways of white folks by Langston Hughes, Rudolph Fisher, and W.E.B. Du Bois.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
Literary collections
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
New Negro renaissance.
New York : Holt, Rinehart and Winston, [1975]
(OCoLC)762161486
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur Paul Davis; Michael W Peplow
ISBN: 0030129869 9780030129865 0030140668 9780030140662
OCLC Number: 1056977
Notes: Editors' names in reverse order from that of trade ed.
Description: xxxi, 538 pages ; 21 cm.
Contents: Protest Literature. Fifty Years / James Weldon Johnson ; The Edict / Roscoe C. Jamison ; To A Caged Canary In A Negro Restaurant / Leslie Pinckney Hill ; Self-Determination / Leslie Pinckney Hill ; Daybreak / George M. McClellan ; I See And Am Satisfied / Kelly Miller ; America / Claude McKay ; Close Ranks / W.E.B. Dubois ; The Lynching Industry: 1919 / The Crisis Staff ; Brothers / Joshua Henry Jones, Jr. ; The Bomb Thrower / Will Sexton ; Incident / Countee Cullen ; Pilate In Modern / George Leonard Allen ; America / George Leonard Allen ; Prejudice / Georgia Douglas Johnson ; Black Woman / Georgia Douglas Johnson ; Old Lem / Sterling A. Brown ; Blood-Burning Moon / Jean Toomer ; America's Greatest Institution: The Klu Klux Klan / "A Kluxer" ; A Festival In Christendom / Walter Everette Hawkins ; Snapshots Of The Cotton South / Frank Marshall Davis ; White Things / Anne Spencer ; Saint Peter Relates And Incident Of The Resurrection Day / James Weldon Johnson ; For A Lady I Know / Countee Cullen ; Yet I Do Marvel / Countee Cullen ; Old Jim Crow / Anonymous ; The Pathology Of Race Prejudice / E. Franklin Frasier ; Our Greatest Gift To America / George S. Schuyler --
The Genteel School: "We Are Like You. ". After The Winter / Claude McKay ; Flower Of Love / Claude McKay ; I Want To Die While You Love Me / Georgia Douglas Johnson ; The Heart Of A Woman / Georgia Douglas Johnson ; Noblesse Oblige / Jessie Fauset ; La Vie C'est La Vie Rondeau / Jessie Fauset ; The Wife-Woman / Anne Spencer ; At The Carnival / Anne Spencer ; Before The Feast Of Shushan / Anne Spencer ; Your Hands / Angelina Grimke ; Grass Fingers / Angelina Grimke ; The Bright Chimeric Best / Countee Cullen ; To John Keats, Poet, At Springtime / Countee Cullen ; The Watchers / William Stanley Braithwaite ; Sandy Star / William Stanley Braithwaite ; There Is Confusion / Jessie Fauset ; Mortgaged / Willis Richardson ; Rhobert / Jean Toomer ; Robert Whitmore / Frank Marshall Davis ; Arthur Ridgewood, M.D. / Frank Marshall Davis ; Giles Johnson, Ph. D. / Frank Marshall Davis ; The Autobiography Of An Ex-Coloured Man / James Weldon Johnson ; Passing / Nella Larsen --
Nigger Heaven: Variations On A Theme. Why I Like Harlem / Ira De A. Reid ; Harlem Night Club / Langston Hughes ; Jazzonia / Langston Hughes ; Negro Dancers / Langston Hughes ; To Midnight Nan At Leroy's Place / Helene Johnson ; Poem / Helene Johnson ; Sonnet To A Negro In Harlem / Countee Cullen ; She Of The Dancing Feet Sings / Countee Cullen ; Harlem Wine / Claude McKay ; Home To Harlem / Ira De A. Reid ; Mrs. Bailey Pays The Rent / Ira De A. Reid ; The Big Sea / Langston Hughes ; Slave On The Block / Langston Hughes ; The Walls Of Jericho / Rudolph Fisher ; Van Vechten's Nigger Heaven / W.E.B. Dubois ; Minstrel Men / Langston Hughes ; The Weary Blues / Langston Hughes ; Young Prostitute / Langston Hughes ; Harlem Shadows / Claude McKay ; The Harlem Dancer / Claude McKay ; Tired / Fenton Johnson --
The African Heritage. Danse Africaine / Langston Hughes ; Nude Young Dancer / Langston Hughes ; Enchantment / Lewis Alexander ; Sahdji / Richard Bruce (Nugent) ; The Return / Arna Bontemps ; Bottled / Helene Johnson ; The Story Of Africa / W.E.B. Dubois ; Morning Light Of The Dew-Drier / Effie Lee Newsome ; Conversion / Effie Lee Newsome ; Africa / June Toomer ; Wake Up Ethiopia / Claude McKay ; No One Knows / Marcus Garvey ; Africa / Lewis Alexander ; Afro-American / Langston Hughes ; Fragment / Langston Hughes ; Heritage / Countee Cullen ; Bambaata--Leader Of The Zulu Revolt / J.A. Rogers ; The Legacy Of The Ancestral Arts / Alain Locke ; Slaves Today / George S. Schuyler ; American Negro Folk Literature / Arthur Fauset ; Slim In Hell / Sterling A. Brown ; The Tragedy Of Pete / Joseph S. Cotter, Sr. ; The Eatonville Anthology / Zora Neale Hurston ; Mules And Men / Zora Neale Hurston ; Play A Blues For Louise / Waring Cuney ; Hard Time Blues / Waring Cuney ; Song For A Banjo Dance / Langston Hughes ; Young Gal's Blues / Langston Hughes ; Don't You Want To Be Free? / Langston Hughes ; The Creation: A Negro Hermon / James Weldon Johnson ; The Autobiography Of An E-Coloured Man / James Weldon Johnson ; The Black Man Talks Of Reaping / Arna Bontemps ; Harvest Song / Jean Toomer ; Georgia Dust / Jean Toomer ; Plumes: A Folk Tragedy / Georgia Douglas Johnson ; Strange Legacies / Sterling A. Brown ; Oriflamme / Jessie Fauset ; Nat Turner / Randolph Edmonds ; Black Thunder / Arna Bontemps ; The Steel Drivin' Man / Leon R. Harris ; No Images / Waring Cuney ; Black Madonna / Albert Rice ; To A Nobly-Gifted Singer / Leslie Pinckney Hill ; A Song Of Praise / Countee Cullen ; Ebon Maid And Girl Of Mine / Lucian B. Watkins ; The Negro Woman / Andrea Razafkeriefo ; To My Grandmother / Mae Smith Johnson ; The Black Finger / Angelina Grimke ; To The Black Beloved / Langston Hughes ; Mother To Son ; Langston Hughes ; "Be As Proud Of Your Race" / Marcus Garvey ; O Black And Unknown Bards / James Weldon Johnson ; The Black Mother / W.E.B Dubois ; The Song Of The Smoke / W.E.B. Dubois ; Strong Men / Sterling A. Brown ; These Are My People / Fenton Johnson ; Credo / Walter E. Hawkins ; The Negro Church / Andrea Razafkeriefo ; Courier / Georgia Douglas Johnson ; To My Son / Georgia Douglas Johnson ; Facts / Raymond G. Dandridge ; Time To Die / Raymond G. Dandridge ; Baptism / Claude McKay ; If We Must Die / Claude McKay ; For My People / Margaret Walker ; Returning Soldiers / W.E.B. Dubois ; The New Negro / Alain Locke--
The Stirrings Of Black Nationalism. The Crisis In Negro Leadership / Harry H. Jones ; Race Pride / W.E.B Dubois ; First Statement Of Purpose / The NAACP ; What Has The Association Done? / The NAACP ; Cooperation And Opportunity / Eugene Kinckle Jones ; The Marching Song / Philip Randolph ; The Truth About The Brotherhood Of Sleeping Car Porters / Philip Randolph ; Some Reasons Why Negroes Should Vote The Socialist Ticket / Philip Randolph ; You Cannot Kill The Working Class / Angelo Herndon ; Manifesto To The League Of Nations / W.E.B. Dubois ; To Your Tents, Oh Israel? / W.E.B. Dubois ; Segregation / W.E.B. Dubois ; What We Believe / Marcus Garvey ; Declaration Of Rights Of The Negro Peoples Of The World / Marcus Garvey ; What Chance Freedom / Oscar Brown ; Registered With Allah / Arna Bontemps And Jack Conroy --
The Critical Debate. The Negro-Art Hokum / George S. Schuyler ; The Negro Artist And The Racial Mountain / Langston Hughes ; The Negro Genius / Benjamin Brawley ; The Negro In Art: How Shall He Be Portrayed? / The Crisis Symposium ; Criteria Of Negro Art / W.E.B. Dubois ; Infants Of The Spring / Wallace Thurman.
Series Title: Rinehart editions, no. 153.
Responsibility: [edited by] Michael W. Peplow, Arthur P. Davis.

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Provides writings that are appeals to fair play, that show a vision of despair, ironic pieces, raceless literature, best-foot-forward literature, passing for white literature. Also includes writings about Harlem: the popular image by Ira de A. Reid, Langston Hughes, Helene Johnson, Countee Cullen, Claude McKay. Also includes writings on the ways of white folks by Langston Hughes, Rudolph Fisher, and W.E.B. Du Bois. Includes writings about the African heritage and African American folklore.

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