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

; Gross, Theodore L., compiler
New York, Free Press [1968] .

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Other Authors Emanuel, James A., 1921-2013,
Gross, Theodore L.,
Subjects African Americans -- Literary collections.
African Americans.
American literature -- African American authors.
Literatur.
Littérature américaine -- Auteurs noirs américains.
Schwarze.
USA.
Description xviii, 604 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date [1968]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 564-600).
Summary Anthology of African American literature from the 1890s to the 1960s.
Contents I. EARLY LITERATURE -- A child's reasoning ; Letter to his master, Thomas Auld / Frederick Douglass -- The goophered grapevine / Charles Waddell Chesnutt -- The party ; A song ; We wear the mask / Paul Laurence Dunbar -- The song of the smoke ; Of the sons of master and man / W.E.B. DuBois -- II. NEGRO AWAKENING -- O black and unknown bards ; Sence you went away / James Weldon Johnson -- The new Negro / Alain Locke -- America ; The White House ; Harlem dancer ; In bondage ; Harlem shadows ; The white city ; North and South ; Baptism ; If we must die / Claude McKay -- Esther ; Avey / Jean Toomer -- Miss Cynthie / Rudolph Fisher -- The yellow one / Eric Walrond -- Negro character as seen by white authors / Sterling A. Brown -- 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 ; 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 -- The Negro speaks of rivers ; Mulatto ; The Negro mother ; Evenin' air blues ; Dream boogie ; On the road ; Dear Dr. Butts ; Jazz, jive, and jam / Langston Hughes -- The man who killed a shadow ; The ethics of living Jim Crow / Richard Wright -- 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 -- Son in the afternoon / John A. Williams -- Brazil / Paule Marshall -- The sky is gray / Ernest J. Gaines -- Cry for me / William Melvin Kelley -- From 'Harlem gallery' / Melvin B. Tolson -- Southern mansion ; Miracles ; Reconnaissance / Arna Bontemps -- The diver ; Frederick Douglass ; Runagate runagate / Robert E. Hayden -- The Southern road ; Booker T. and W.E.B. ; 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 ; The egg boiler / Gwendolyn Brooks -- A clown at ten ; Emmett Till ; After the record is broken ; A pause for a fine phrase / James A. Emanuel -- The alarm clock ; --and the old women gathered ; When in Rome ; Black jam for dr. negro / Mari Evans -- Preface to a twenty volume suicide note ; A 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. -- Into the mainstream and oblivion / Julian Mayfield.
Genre Anthologie.
Literary collections.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)404426
(OCoLC)ocm00404426
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