The Resource Dark symphony: Negro literature in America,, edited by James A. Emanuel and Theodore L. Gross

Dark symphony: Negro literature in America,, edited by James A. Emanuel and Theodore L. Gross

Label
Dark symphony: Negro literature in America,
Title
Dark symphony: Negro literature in America,
Statement of responsibility
edited by James A. Emanuel and Theodore L. Gross
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Additional physical form
Also issued online.
Cataloging source
DLC
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Dewey number
810.8/09
Index
index present
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LC call number
PS508.N3
LC item number
E4
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Emanuel, James A.
  • Gross, Theodore L.
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  • American literature
  • African Americans
  • Littérature américaine
Label
Dark symphony: Negro literature in America,, edited by James A. Emanuel and Theodore L. Gross
Link
https://archive.org/details/darksymphonynegr00eman
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 564-600
Contents
  • We wear the mask
  • Perspectives
  • To the mercy killers
  • Dudley Randall
  • For my people
  • Molly Means
  • Margaret A. Walker
  • From "The womanhood" in Annie Allen
  • Section II of "The womanhood" in Annie Allen
  • Egg boiler
  • Gwendolyn Brooks
  • Paul Laurence Dunbar
  • Clown at ten
  • Emmett Till
  • After the record is broken
  • Pause for a fine phrase
  • James A. Emanuel
  • Alarm clock
  • And the old women gathered
  • When in Rome
  • Black jam for dr. negro
  • Mari Evans
  • Song of the smoke
  • Preface to a twenty volume suicide note
  • Poem for black hearts
  • Jitterbugs
  • Leroi Jones
  • Trends in negro American literature (1940-65
  • Arthur P. Davis
  • Emerson and the South
  • Philip Butcher
  • Society and the self in recent American literature
  • Nathan A. Scott, Jr.
  • Of the sons of master and man
  • Into the mainstream and oblivion
  • Julian Mayfield
  • W.E.B. DuBois
  • II. NEGRO AWAKENING
  • O black and unknown bards
  • Sence you went away
  • James Weldon Johnson
  • New negro
  • I. EARLY LITERATURE
  • Alain Locke
  • America
  • White House
  • Harlem dancer
  • In bondage
  • Harlem shadows
  • White city
  • North and South
  • Baptism
  • If we must die
  • Child's reasoning
  • Claude McKay
  • Esther ;
  • Avey
  • Jean Toomer
  • Miss Cynthie
  • Rudolph Fisher
  • Yellow one
  • Eric Walrond
  • Negro character as seen by white authors
  • Sterling A. Brown
  • Letter to his master, Thomas Auld
  • Yet do I marvel
  • Heritage
  • For a poet
  • For a pessimist
  • For John Keats
  • For Paul Laurence Dunbar
  • She of the dancing feet sings
  • Counter mood
  • Song in spite of myself
  • Nothing endures
  • Frederick Douglass
  • Magnets
  • Sonnet: what I am saying now was said before
  • Sonnet: these are no wind-blown rumors, soft say-sos
  • To France
  • Scottsboro, too, is worth its song
  • Countee Cullen
  • III.
  • MAJOR AUTHORS
  • Negro speaks of rivers
  • Mulatto
  • Goophered grapevine
  • Negro mother
  • Evenin' air blues
  • Dream boogie
  • On the road
  • Dear Dr. Butts
  • Jazz, jive, and jam
  • Langston Hughes
  • Man who killed a shadow
  • Ethics of living Jim Crow
  • Richard Wright
  • Charles Waddell Chesnutt
  • Flying home
  • King of the bingo game
  • Hidden name and complex fate
  • Ralph Ellison
  • Notes of a native son
  • Sonny's blues
  • James Baldwin
  • IV. CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE
  • Train whistle guitar
  • Albert Murray
  • Pary
  • Son in the afternoon
  • John A. Williams
  • Brazil
  • Paule Marshall
  • Sky is gray
  • Ernest J. Gaines
  • Cry for me
  • William Melvin Kelley
  • From 'Harlem gallery'
  • Melvin B. Tolson
  • Song
  • Southern mansion
  • Miracles
  • Reconnaissance
  • Arna Bontemps
  • Diver
  • Frederick Douglass
  • Runagate runagate
  • Robert E. Hayden
  • Southern road
  • Booker T. and W.E.B.
Extent
1 online resource (xviii, 604 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1029024382
Label
Dark symphony: Negro literature in America,, edited by James A. Emanuel and Theodore L. Gross
Link
https://archive.org/details/darksymphonynegr00eman
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 564-600
Contents
  • We wear the mask
  • Perspectives
  • To the mercy killers
  • Dudley Randall
  • For my people
  • Molly Means
  • Margaret A. Walker
  • From "The womanhood" in Annie Allen
  • Section II of "The womanhood" in Annie Allen
  • Egg boiler
  • Gwendolyn Brooks
  • Paul Laurence Dunbar
  • Clown at ten
  • Emmett Till
  • After the record is broken
  • Pause for a fine phrase
  • James A. Emanuel
  • Alarm clock
  • And the old women gathered
  • When in Rome
  • Black jam for dr. negro
  • Mari Evans
  • Song of the smoke
  • Preface to a twenty volume suicide note
  • Poem for black hearts
  • Jitterbugs
  • Leroi Jones
  • Trends in negro American literature (1940-65
  • Arthur P. Davis
  • Emerson and the South
  • Philip Butcher
  • Society and the self in recent American literature
  • Nathan A. Scott, Jr.
  • Of the sons of master and man
  • Into the mainstream and oblivion
  • Julian Mayfield
  • W.E.B. DuBois
  • II. NEGRO AWAKENING
  • O black and unknown bards
  • Sence you went away
  • James Weldon Johnson
  • New negro
  • I. EARLY LITERATURE
  • Alain Locke
  • America
  • White House
  • Harlem dancer
  • In bondage
  • Harlem shadows
  • White city
  • North and South
  • Baptism
  • If we must die
  • Child's reasoning
  • Claude McKay
  • Esther ;
  • Avey
  • Jean Toomer
  • Miss Cynthie
  • Rudolph Fisher
  • Yellow one
  • Eric Walrond
  • Negro character as seen by white authors
  • Sterling A. Brown
  • Letter to his master, Thomas Auld
  • Yet do I marvel
  • Heritage
  • For a poet
  • For a pessimist
  • For John Keats
  • For Paul Laurence Dunbar
  • She of the dancing feet sings
  • Counter mood
  • Song in spite of myself
  • Nothing endures
  • Frederick Douglass
  • Magnets
  • Sonnet: what I am saying now was said before
  • Sonnet: these are no wind-blown rumors, soft say-sos
  • To France
  • Scottsboro, too, is worth its song
  • Countee Cullen
  • III.
  • MAJOR AUTHORS
  • Negro speaks of rivers
  • Mulatto
  • Goophered grapevine
  • Negro mother
  • Evenin' air blues
  • Dream boogie
  • On the road
  • Dear Dr. Butts
  • Jazz, jive, and jam
  • Langston Hughes
  • Man who killed a shadow
  • Ethics of living Jim Crow
  • Richard Wright
  • Charles Waddell Chesnutt
  • Flying home
  • King of the bingo game
  • Hidden name and complex fate
  • Ralph Ellison
  • Notes of a native son
  • Sonny's blues
  • James Baldwin
  • IV. CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE
  • Train whistle guitar
  • Albert Murray
  • Pary
  • Son in the afternoon
  • John A. Williams
  • Brazil
  • Paule Marshall
  • Sky is gray
  • Ernest J. Gaines
  • Cry for me
  • William Melvin Kelley
  • From 'Harlem gallery'
  • Melvin B. Tolson
  • Song
  • Southern mansion
  • Miracles
  • Reconnaissance
  • Arna Bontemps
  • Diver
  • Frederick Douglass
  • Runagate runagate
  • Robert E. Hayden
  • Southern road
  • Booker T. and W.E.B.
Extent
1 online resource (xviii, 604 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1029024382

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