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Opportunity reader : stories, poetry, and essays from the Urban League's Opportunity magazine

Author: Sondra K Wilson; National Urban League.
Publisher: New York : Modern Library, 1999.
Series: Modern Library Harlem renaissance.
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Genre/Form: Anthologie
Opportunity (Zeitschrift)
Literary collections
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Opportunity reader.
New York : Modern Library, 1999
(OCoLC)607273865
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Sondra K Wilson; National Urban League.
ISBN: 0375753796 9780375753794
OCLC Number: 41889049
Description: xxvi, 540 p. ; 21 cm.
Contents: Gwendolyn Bennett: poetry --
Arna Bontemps: poetry --
Sterling Brown: poetry --
Joseph S. Cotter, Sr.: The wayside well ; A babe is a babe ; The tragedy of Pete --
Countee Cullen: When I am dead ; I have a rendezvous with life ; Uncle Jim ; Words to my love ; In spite of death --
Alice Dunbar-Nelson: Of old St. Augustine ; Communion ; Music --
Angelina W. Grimke: The black finger ; Dusk ; I weep ; For the candle light --
Leslie Pinckney Hill: Woyaging --
Frank Horne: On seeing two brown boys in a Catholic Church ; To a persistent phantom --
Langston Hughes: Our land ; America ; The jester ; To Midnight Nan at Leroy's ; Dear lovely death ; Aesthete in Harlem ; Flight ; Pride ; Black seed ; Negro servant --
Georgia Douglas Johnson: Christmas greetings ; The riddle --
Helene Johnson: Night ; Metamorphism ; Fulfillment ; The road ; Mother Summer matures ; Vers de société --
Claude McKay: Africa ; My house ; America in retrospect --
R. Bruce Nugent: Shadow --
Clarissa M. Scott: Solace ; Joy --
H. Wallace Thurman: The last citadel ; God's edict --
John Aubrey: Virginia Idyll ; Anita Scott Coleman: The eternal quest ; Cross crossings cautiously --
Arthur Huff Fauset: Symphonesque --
Rudolph Fisher: Dust --
Eugene Gordon: Game --
Zora Neale Hurston: Drenched in light ;; Spunk ; John Redding goes to sea ; Muttsy --
Claude McKay: High Ball --
John F. Matheus: Fog ; Clay ; Antropoi ; Coulév' Endormi ; Nomah, a story --
Eric D. Walrond: On being a domestic ; The stone rebounds ; Cynthia goes to the prom ; Vignettes of the dusk ; A cholo romance ; The voodoo's revenge --
Dorothy West: The typewriter --
Benjamin Young: The boll weevil starts north, a story --
Marita O. Bonner: The pot maker --
Georgia Douglas Johnson: Plumes --
Frank H. Wilson: Sugar Cain --
Charles S. Johnson: Nigger, a novel by Clement Wood ; Some books of 1924 --
Frank S. Horne: Black verse --
Benjamin Brawley: The gift of black folk --
Alain Locke: Color, a review ; Welcome the new south, a review --
Arthur Huff Fauset: The Negro's cycle of song, a review --
Sterling Brown: Two African heroines --
Countee Cullen: Poet on poet --
James Weldon Johnson: Romance and tragedy in Harlem, a review --
Nella Larson: Black Sadie --
John F. Matheus: Sand --
Clarissa M. Scott: A golden afternoon in Germany --
John W. Work: Negro folk song --
Alain Locke: Roland Hayes: an appreciation ; Max Reinhardt reads the Negro's dramatic horoscope --
Paul Robeson: REflections on O'Neill's plays --
Charles S. Johnson: Ira Aldridge --
Willis Richardson: The Negro audience ; Characters --
Langston Hughes: Our wonderful society, Washington --
Brenda Ray Moryck: I, too, have lived in Washington ; A point of view (an Opportunity dinner reaction) --
Elmer A. Carter: He smashed the color line: a sketch of Billy Pierce --
Adam Clayton Powell, Sr.: The Church ans social work --
Casper Holstein: the Virgin Islands --
Raymond Pace Alexander: Voices from Harvard's own Negros ; The Negro lawyer --
Kelly Miller: The practical value of higher education ; Negro history ; Where is the Negro's heaven? --
Charles S. Johnson: Public opinion and the Negro ; The social philosophy of Booker T. Washington --
Robert W. Bagnall: The spirit of the Ku Klux Klan --
E. Franklin Frazier: A note on Negro education ; The Garvey movement --
Mary McLeod Bethune: The problems of the city dweller --
A. Philip Randolph: The Negro and economic radicalism --
Charles H. Garvin: Immunity to disease among dark-skinned people --
Ira de A. Reid: Lily-white labor --
J.A. Rogers: The Negro in European history --
John Hope: Trained men for Negro business --
Rayford W. Logan: Nat Turner, Fiend or martyr? --
Elmer A. Carter: Not in the headlines, a story of a Negro radio operator.
Series Title: Modern Library Harlem renaissance.
Other Titles: Opportunity (New York, N.Y.)
Responsibility: Sondra Kathryn Wilson, editor.
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