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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Johnson, James Weldon, 1871-1938.
New York : Library of America : Distributed to the trade in the United States by Penguin Putnam, c2004
|All Authors / Contributors:||
James Weldon Johnson; Library of America (Firm)
|Description:||902 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.|
|Contents:||The autobiography of an ex-colored man. Along this way. Editorials from The New York age (1914-23). Do you read Negro papers? --
President Wilson's "New freedom" and the Negro --
22 calibre statesmen --
Uncle Tom's cabin and the clansman --
The passing of Jack Johnson --
A trap --
"The poor white musician" --
Stranger than fiction --
Saluting the flag --
Responsibilities and opportunities of the Colored ministry --
Under the dome of the Capitol --
The silent parade --
An army with banners --
Experienced men wanted --
"Why should a Negro fight?" --
"Negro" with a big "n" --
Protesting women and the war --
The Japanese question in California --
The "Jim Crow" car in Congress --
A real poet --
Marcus Garvey's inferiority complex --
The new exodus. Selected essays (1991-28). The riots --
Self-determining Haiti --
Preface to The book of American Negro poetry --
Lynching : America's national disgrace --
Preface to The second book of Negro spirituals --
The dilemma of the Negro author --
Race prejudice and the Negro artist. from Black Manhattan. Selected poems. Under the bamboo tree. Selected poems. from Fifty years & other poems. Fifty years ; To America ; O black and unknown bards ; Brothers ; Fragment ; The white witch ; Mother night ; Girl of fifteen ; Down by the Carib sea ; Sence you went away ; Nobody's lookin' but de owl an' de moon ; 'Possum song ; Brer Rabbit, you's de cutes' of 'em all. Selected poems. God's trombones. Preface ; Listen, Lord : a prayer ; The creation ; The prodigal son ; Go down death : a funeral sermon ; Noah built the Ark ; The Crucifixion ; Let my people go ; The Judgment Day. Selected poems. from Saint Peter relates an incident. Saint Peter relates an incident of the Resurrection Day ; My city ; If I were Paris ; Lift every voice and sing.
|Series Title:||Library of America, 145.|
|Other Titles:||Autobiography of an ex-colored man.
Along this way.
New York Age editorials.
|Responsibility:||James Weldon Johnson.|