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Heroine of the Harlem Renaissance and beyond : Gwendolyn Bennett's selected writings

Author: Gwendolyn Bennett; Belinda Wheeler; Louis J Parascandola
Publisher: University Park, Pennsylvania : The Pennsylvania State University Press, [2018] ©2018
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Explores the role of writer Gwendolyn Bennett as an important contributor to the Harlem Renaissance. Includes Bennett's published and unpublished poetry, fiction, essays, diaries, letters, and artwork"--Provided by publisher.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Diaries
Essays
Fiction
Personal correspondence
Poetry
Named Person: Gwendolyn Bennett; Gwendolyn Bennett; Gwendolyn Bennett
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gwendolyn Bennett; Belinda Wheeler; Louis J Parascandola
ISBN: 9780271080963 0271080965 9780271080970 0271080973
OCLC Number: 1022980428
Description: xx, 249 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: PUBLISHED WORK --
Poetry --
Introduction --
Nocturne (1923) --
Heritage (1923) --
To Usward (1924) --
Song (1925) --
Street Lamps in Early Spring (1926) --
Hatred (1926) --
Lines Written at the Grave of Alexander Dumas (1926) --
Moon Tonight (1926) --
Dear Things (1926) --
Advice (1927) --
Fantasy (1927) --
Quatrains (1927) --
Secret (1927) --
To a Dark Girl (1927) --
Epitaph (1934) --
Art --
Introduction --
Painting --
Untitled [River Landscape] (1931) --
Magazine Covers --
Pipes of Pan (March 1924) --
Untitled (January 1926) --
Untitled (July 1926) --
Short Stories --
Introduction --
Wedding Day (1926) --
Tokens (1927) --
Editorials --
Introduction --
Ebony Flute (August 1926) --
Ebony Flute (April 1927) --
Ebony Flute (July 1927) --
Ebony Flute (September 1927) --
Ebony Flute (April 1928) --
Reviews --
Introduction --
Heartbreak and North Carolina Sunshine: The Lonesome Road / Paul Green --
Blue-Black Symphony: Home to Harlem / Claude McKay --
Banjo / Claude McKay --
Plum-Bun / Jessie Redmon Fauset --
Emperors Jones (1930) --
Cultural and Social Articles --
Introduction --
Future of the Negro in Art (1924) --
American Negro Paints (1928) --
Plight of the Negro Is Tragic (1934) --
I Go to Camp (1934) --
Harlem Artists Guild (1937) --
UNPUBLISHED WORK --
Poetry --
Introduction --
Two Poems (1925) --
Thin Laughter (1928) --
Train Monotony (1928) --
Dirge for a Free Spirit (1933) --
Fulfillment (1935) --
[Give me your hand, beloved] (1935) --
I Build America (1938) --
Sweat (1938) --
Wise Guys (1938) --
Hungry Ones (1938) --
Threnody for Spain (1939) --
[Across a room when other ones are there] (n.d.) --
[Rapacious women who sit on steps at night] (n.d.) --
[So this is how it is] (n.d.) --
Unfinished Novel --
Introduction --
Chapter Outline for the Unfinished Novel The Call (n.d.) --
Excerpts from The Call (1928-1932) --
Essays --
Introduction --
My Father's Story (n.d.) --
[Ward Place] (1941) --
Lancaster, Pa. (n.d.) --
Let's Go: In Gay Paree! (n.d.) --
25 (n.d.) --
[Life as a Javanese] (n.d.) --
[Ku Klux Klan Rides] (n.d.) --
Last Night I Nearly Killed My Husband! (n.d.) --
[Harlem Reflection] (n.d.) --
Diaries --
Introduction --
France --
June 26, 1925 --
July 26, 1925 --
August 2, [1925] --
August 8, [1925] --
September 27, [19]25 --
September 28, 1925 --
April 29, 1926 --
United States --
[April 7,] 1936 --
April 8, 1936 --
April 9, 1936 --
April 18, 1936 --
May 7, 1936 --
January 3, 1937 --
June 19, 1958 --
Correspondence --
Introduction --
Literary Friends --
To W. E. B. Du Bois (January 19, 1925) --
To Countee Cullen (August 28, 1925) --
To Langston Hughes (December 2, 1925) --
To Countee Cullen (January 14, 1926) --
To Harold Jackman (February 23, 1926) --
To Langston Hughes (1926) --
To Claude McKay (February 25, 1937) --
To James Weldon Johnson (January 4, 1938) --
To Alain Locke (May 11, 1939) --
To Richard Wright (March 3, 1940) --
To Alain Locke (November 30, 1941) --
To Langston Hughes (May 13, 1942) --
Family and Associates --
To Joshua Bennett and Marechal Ned Bennett (January 5, 1925) --
To Marechal Ned Bennett (March 24, 1925) --
To Joshua Bennett (May 17, 1925) --
To Marechal Ned Bennett (July 27, 1928) --
To James Vernon Herring (September 9, 1937) --
To Mayme (Abernathy) Pizarro (August 31, 1938) --
To Flora Dugan (October 6, 1947) --
To Everyone (September 27, 1968).
Other Titles: Works.
Gwendolyn Bennett's selected writings
Responsibility: edited by Belinda Wheeler and Louis J. Parascandola.

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