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On being black; writings by Afro-Americans from Frederick Douglass to the present.

Author: Charles T Davis; Daniel Walden
Publisher: Greenwich, Conn., Fawcett Publications [1970]
Series: Fawcett premier book, M473.
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Genre/Form: Literary collections
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On being black.
Greenwich, Conn., Fawcett Publications [1970]
(OCoLC)556907988
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles T Davis; Daniel Walden
OCLC Number: 72622
Description: 383 pages 18 cm.
Contents: First stirrings. Frederick Douglass from Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass --
Charles W. Chesnutt / The wife of his youth --
Booker T. Washington / The educational outlook in the South --
W.E.B. Du Bois / Of our spiritual strivings; Of the passing of the first born --
Paul Laurence Dunbar / We wear the mask; Dawn --
W.E.B. Du Bois / The song of the smoke; A litany at Atlanta --
James Weldon Johnson / Go down death --
Coming of Age. Alain Locke / The Negro's contribution --
Jean Toomer / Excerpts from "Kabnis," from Cane --
Eric Walrond / The yellow one --
Rudolph Fisher / Miss Cynthie --
Arna Bontemps / A summer tragedy --
Langston Hughes / The Negro artist and the racial mountain --
Claude McKay / The tropics in New York; The White House: If we mus die --
Countee Cullen / Yet do I marvel; Fruit of the flower; Heritage --
Jean Toomer / Song of the son; Georgia dusk; Cotton song; Prayer --
Langston Hughes / Our land; Minstrel man; Dream variations; Jazzonia; Nude young dancer --
Early moderns. Richard Wright / Fear from Native Son --
Ralph Ellison / Prologue to Invisible Man --
James Baldwin / John's conversion from Go Tell it on the Mountain --
Ralph Ellison / The world and the jug --
Sterling A. Brown / When de saints go ma'chin home; Strange legacies; Sporting Beasley --
Langston Hughes / Lenox Avenue mural; The backlash blues; Daybreak in Alabama; Birmingham Sunday --
Margaret Walker / For my people --
Melvin B. Tolson / from Harlem Gallery; African China --
Owen Dodson / When I am dead; Sorrow is the only faithful one; Hymn written after Jeremiah preached to me in a dream --
Today and tomorrow. Leroi Jones / The myth of a "Negro literature" --
William Melvin Kelley / The only man on Liberty Street --
Eldridge Cleaver / Notes on a Native Son, from Home --
Bayard Rustin / Convocation address --
James Alan McPherson / A solo song for Doc --
Leroi Jones / The death of Nick Charles --
David Henderson / Keep on pushing; Boston road blues --
Robert Hayden / Frederick Douglass; Middle passage --
Gwendolyn Brooks / The children of the poor; The Chicago Picasso.
Series Title: Fawcett premier book, M473.
Responsibility: Edited by Charles T. Davis and Daniel Walden.

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