Portable Harlem Renaissance Reader

ISBN-10: 0140170367

ISBN-13: 9780140170368

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Book details

List price: $22.00
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 6/1/1995
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 816
Size: 5.00" wide x 8.00" long x 1.75" tall
Weight: 1.452
Language: English

Introduction
Chronology
Returning Soldiers
The Migration of the Talented Tenth
Gift of the Black Tropics
Africa for the Africans
Liberty Hall Emancipation Day Speech
On Marcus Garvey
from Black Manhattan
The New Negro
Jazz at Home
Reflections on O'Neill's Plays
The Negro Digs Up His Past
The Task of Negro Womanhood
When the Negro Was in Vogue
Harlem Literati
Parties
The Negro Artist and the Racial Mountain
The Negro-Art Hokum
Criteria of Negro Art
Critiques of Carl Van Vechten's Nigger Heaven
The Caucasian Storms Harlem
Aaron Douglas Chats about the Harlem Renaissance
Negro Art and America
The Negro Takes His Place in American Art
The Negro Artist and Modern Art
from Dust Tracks on a Road
The Harlem Intelligentsia
The New Negro in Paris
La Bourgeoisie Noire
With Langston Hughes in the USSR
Harlem Runs Wild
Blueprint for Negro Writing
The Negro Renaissance and Its Significance
Song
Hatred
The Day-Breakers
Golgotha Is a Mountain
Southern Road
Odyssey of Big Boy
Frankie and Johnny
Ma Rainey
Long Gone
Georgie Grimes
Remembering Nat Turner
The Young Voice Cries
The Wayside Well
For a Lady I Know
Incident
Harlem Wine
Yet Do I Marvel
Heritage
From the Dark Tower
To a Brown Boy
Tableau
Saturday's Child
Two Poets
To France
Nothing Endures
Requiescam
The Death Bed
La Vie C'est la Vie
Dead Fires
The Negro Speaks of Rivers
I, Too
America
The Weary Blues
Jazzonia
Mother to Son
Negro
Mulatto
Elevator Boy
Red Silk Stockings
Ruby Brown
Elderly Race Leaders
Dream Variation
Goodbye, Christ
Advertisement for the Waldorf-Astoria
Children of the Sun
The Banjo Player
Let Me Not Lose My Dream
Old Black Men
Black Woman
The Heart of a Woman
I Want to Die While You Love Me
My Race
A Southern Road
Sonnet to a Negro in Harlem
Poem
The White Witch
The Color Sergeant
O Black and Unknown Bards
Go Down Death
The Creation
If We Must Die
Baptism
The White House
The Negro's Friend
On a Primitive Canoe
The Tropics in New York
When Dawn Comes to the City
The Desolate City
The Harlem Dancer
St. Isaac's Church, Petrograd
Barcelona
Lady, Lady
Song of the Son
Georgia Dusk
The Blue Meridian
from The Emperor Jones
Karintha
Fern
Bona and Paul
from Birthright
from There Is Confusion
from Plum Bun
from The Fire in the Flint
Wedding Day
Snowstorm in Pittsburgh
Spring in Harlem
Banjo's Ace of Spades
from Banana Bottom
from Quicksand
from Passing
from The Closing Door
The Typewriter
from The Dark Princess
from The Walls of Jericho
The Wharf Rats
The Yellow One
Smoke, Lillies and Jade!
Luani of the Jungles
Thursday Afternoon
Father and Son
The Blues I'm Playing
Cordelia the Crude
Harlem: A Forum of Negro Life
from The Blacker the Berry . . .
from Infants of the Spring
from Black No More
from God Sends Sunday
from Black Thunder
from One Way to Heaven
Drenched in Light
Color Struck
from Jonah's Gourd Vine
from Mule-Bone
Biographical Notes
Acknowledgments
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