Backgrounds to Blackamerican literature.
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African Americans -- History.
African Americans -- Intellectual life.
African Americans in literature.
American literature -- African American authors -- History and criticism.
American literature -- African American authors.
Chandler publications in backgrounds to literature.
285 pages 23 cm.
Includes bibliographical references.
The slave ship, by O. Equiano.-The Blackamerican in the eighteenth century, by C.G. Woodson.-Negro insurrections, by G.W. Williams.-The cotton plantation, by S. Northup.-Defending the cornerstone, by J.H. Franklin.-Motherhood in bondage, by E.F. Frazier.-Classes in the South, by T.T. Fortune.-The Ku Klux Klan, organization and principles, 1868.-Reconstruction and its beneftis, by W.E.B. Du Bois.-The future of the American Negro, by B.T. Washington.-The sport of the ghouls, by K. Miller.-The new Negro, by A. Locke.-The Black Muslims as a protest movement, by C.E. Lincoln.-Rules of the Black Panther Party.-Primitive blues and primitive jazz, by L. Jones.-Negritude and its relevance for the American Negro writer, by S.W. Allen.-The Negro dramatist's image of the universe, 1920-1960, by D.T. Turner.-Black theater, by T. Cade.-The Negro renaissance: Jean Toomer and the Harlem writers of the 1920's, by A. Bontemps.-Dilemma of the Negro novelist in the U.S., by C. Himes.-Hidden name and complex fate, by R. Ellision.-How "Bigger" was born, by R. Wright.-Many thousands gone, by J. Baldwin.-Notes on A native son, by E. Cleaver.-Gwendolyn Brooks: poet of the unheroic, by A.P. Davis.-The Negro novel in America: in rebuttal, by D.T. Turner.-The failure of William Styron, by E. Kaiser.-Significant events, 1501-1968.
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
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