Anthology of American Negro literature, edited, with an introduction by V.F. Calverton.

New York, The Modern Library [1929] .

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Other Title American Negro literature
Subjects American literature -- African American authors.
Series Modern library of the world's best books.
Description xii, 535 pages 17 cm.
Copyright Date [1929]
Notes Bibliography: pages 529-535.
Contents AUTOBIOGRAPHY: Autobiography, by Frederick Douglass -- Up from Slavery, by Booker T. Washington -- The Autobiography of an Ex-coloured Man, by James Weldon Johnson.
DRAMA: Plumes, by Georgia Douglas Johnson -- Cruiter, by Jonathan Matheus.
ESSAYS: Literary. The Negro in American Fiction, by Benjamin Brawley -- The Negro in American Culture, by Alain Locke -- Negros Gift to American Music, by Clarence Cameron White. Historical. The Freedmans Bureau, by W.E.B. Du Bois -- The Negro Digs Up His Past, by Arthur A. Schomburg. Sociological. The Negro Migration, by Charles S. Johnson -- The Negro and the New Economic Life, by Abram L. Harris -- Organized Labor and the Negro, by Charles Wesley -- The Disgrace of Democracy, by Kelly Miller -- La Bourgeoisie Noire, by E. Franklin Frazier -- I Investigate Lynchings, by Walter White -- Our Greatest Gift to America, by George S. Schuyler -- Fifty Years of Negro Citizenship, by Carter G. Woodson -- Dominant Forces in Race Relations, by Thomas Dabney.
FICTION: Short Story. Fern, by Jean Toomer -- The Goophered Grapevine, by Charles Waddell Chesnutt -- The Yellow One, by Eric Walrond -- Blades of Steel, by Rudolph Fisher. Novel. The Fire in the Flint, by Walter White -- The Dark Princess, by W.E.B. Du Bois -- There is Confusion, by Jessie Fauset -- The Blacker the Berry, by Wallace Thurman -- Quicksand, by Nella Larsen -- Home to Harlem, by Claude McKay -- Walls of Jericho, by Rudolph Fisher.
LABOR SONGS: Work Song -- Water Boy -- Casey Jones -- John Henry -- Rain or Shine.
POETRY: Imagination, by Phyllis Wheatley -- Rape of Florida, by Albert A. Whitman -- Poem addressed to women, by Frances E. Harper -- The progress of liberty, by James Madison Bell -- The band of Gideon, by Joseph S. Cotter, Jr. -- At the closed gate of justice, by James D. Corrothers -- Robert Gould Shaw ; Ode to Ethiopia ; When Malindy sings, by Paul Laurence Dunbar -- The new day, by Fenton Johnson -- I want to die while you love me, by Georgia Douglas Johnson -- For the candle light, by Angelina Weld Grimke -- To you who ready my book ; To John Keats, poet, at springtime ; Heritage ; To a brown girl ; To a brown boy ; Tableau ; In memory of Colonel Charles Young, by Countee Cullen -- Scintilla, by William Stanley Braithwaite -- The creation, a negro sermon, by James Weldon Johnson -- Georgia dusk ; Song of the son, by Jean Toomer -- If we must die ; The Harlem dancer ; Spring in New Hampshire ; The lynching, by Claude McKay -- La vie c'est la vie, by Jessie Fauset -- The dark brother, by Lewis Alexander -- Nigger, a chant for children, by Frank Horne -- To a dark girl, by Gwendolyn B. Bennett -- Long gone, by Sterling A. Brown -- I, too ; Song for a dark girl ; Mulatto ; Weary blues, by Langston Hughes.
SPIRITUALS: Swing Low Sweet Chariot -- Go Down Moses -- All Gods Chillun Got Wings -- Deres No Hidin Place Down Dere -- Deep River.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1068036
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Calverton, V. F. 1900-1940.
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