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The poetry of the Negro, 1746-1970 Cover Image Book Book

The poetry of the Negro, 1746-1970

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  • ISBN: 9780385055543
  • ISBN: 0385055544
  • Physical Description: xxiv, 645 pages 22 cm.
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  • Edition: [Rev. and updated ed.].
  • Publisher: Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1970.

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Formatted Contents Note: II. TRIBUTARY POEMS BY NON-NEGROES -- The Little Black Boy / William Blake -- To Toussaint L'Ouverture / William Wordsworth -- The Runaway Slave at Pilgrim's Point / Elizabeth Barrett Browning -- The Slave's Dream / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow -- The Farewell / John Greenleaf Whittier -- Stanzas on Freedom / James Russell Lowell -- "Formerly a Slave" / Herman Melville -- The Runaway Slave ; The Wounded Person ; The Drayman ; Ethiopia Saluting the Colors / Walt Whitman -- Toussaint L'Ouverture / Edwin Arlington Robinson -- The Bird and the Tree / Ridgely Torrence -- Mammy Hums ; Jazz Fantasia / Carl Sandburg -- The Congo / Vachel Lindsay -- Defeat / Witter Bynner -- Echoes of Childhood ; Uncle Jim ; Delphy / Alice Corbin -- How Old Brown Took Harpers Ferry / Edmund Clarence Stedman -- Porgy, Maria, and Bess / DuBose Heyward -- The Stong Swimmer / William Rose Benét -- Elegy on a Nordic White Protestant / John Gould Fletcher -- Arthur Mitchell / Marianne Moore -- Upstairs Downstairs / Hervey Allen -- Negroes ; Lynched Negro ; Poem to Negro and Whites / Maxwell Bodenheim -- Small Colored Boy in the Subway / Babette Deutsch -- Little White Schoolhouse Blues / Florence Becker Lennon -- The World Looks On / Louis Newman -- Creed / Walter Lowenfels -- John Brown's Prayer / Stephen Vincent Benét -- Sonnets at Christmas (II) / Allen Tate -- Last Impression of New York ; In War ; Big Man ; Pico Della Mirandola ; Things of the Spirit ; Pen Hy Cane / Mason Jordon Mason -- A Communication to Nancy Cunard / Kay Boyle -- They Are Ours / A.B. Magil -- Boogie-Woogie Ballads / St. Clair McKelway -- Street Scene -- 1946 / Kenneth Porter -- Slave Story / Hodding Carter -- Norris Dam ; Daphne ; On a Picture by Pippin, Called "The Den" ; Harpers Ferry / Selden Rodman -- Singing in the Dark / Irma Wassall -- My South / Don West -- Negro Spiritual / Perient Trott -- Songs for a Colored Singer / Elizabeth Bishop -- Government Injunction / Josephine Miles -- Nice Day for a Lynching / Kenneth Patchen -- Lenox Avenue ; The Castle / Sidney Alexander -- The Trial / Muriel Rukeyser -- Recapitulations XI ; The Southerner / Karl Shapiro -- Say Good-bye to Big Daddy / Randall Jarrell -- To a Negro Boy Graduating ; Countee Cullen / Eugene T. Maleska -- Bim Bam / Dorothy Rosenberg -- Juncture / Rea Lubar Duncan -- Recessional for the Class of 1959 of a School for Delinquent Negro Girls / Joseph R. Cowen -- Buckdancer's Choice / James Dickey -- Ode: Salute to the French Negro Poets / Frank O'Hara -- Requiem for "Bird" Parker / Gregory Corso -- The Memory of Boxer Benny (Kid) Paret / Frank Lima BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES Author Biographies AUTHOR INDEX FIRST LINE INDEX.
Summary, etc.: For other editions, see Author Catalog.
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Subject: Poetry Black authors
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American poetry African American authors
African Americans
Poetry
Blacks Poetry
Poetry Black authors
African Americans Poetry
American poetry African American authors
Genre: Poetry.

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50500. ‡gContents :I ‡tNEGRO POETS OF THE U.S.A. ‡tBars Fight / ‡rLucy Terry -- ‡tAn Evening Thought / ‡rJupiter Hammon -- ‡tHis Excellency General Washington ; ‡tOn Imagination / ‡rPhillis Wheatley -- ‡tOn Liberty and Slavery / ‡rGeorge Moses Horton -- ‡tEpigram / ‡rArmand Lanusse -- ‡tThe Slave Auction ; ‡tLet the Light Enter / ‡rFrances E.W. Harper -- ‡tVerse Written in the Album of Mademoiselle / ‡rPierre Dalcour -- ‡tThe Feet of Judas / ‡rGeorge Marion McClellan -- ‡tThe Way-side Well / ‡rJoseph S. Cotter, Sr. -- ‡tMiss Melerlee / ‡rJohn Wesley Holloway -- ‡tA Litany at Atlanta / ‡rW.E.B. Du Bois -- ‡tPaul Laurence Dunbar ; ‡tAn Indignation Dinner / ‡rJames David Corrothers -- ‡tO Black and Unknown Bards ; ‡tMy City ; ‡tLift Every Voice and Sing / ‡rJames Weldon Johnson -- ‡tSympathy ; ‡tDawn ; ‡tA Negro Love Song ; ‡tWhen Malindy Sings ; ‡tLittle Brown Baby ; ‡tA Death Song ; ‡tEre Sleep Comes Down to Soothe the Weary Eyes ; ‡tCompensation / ‡rPaul Laurence Dunbar -- ‡tSonnet / ‡rAlice Dunbar Nelson -- ‡tThe House of Falling Leaves ; ‡tThe Watchers ; ‡tWhite Magic: An Ode / ‡rWilliam Stanley Braithwaite -- ‡tThe Teacher ; ‡tTuskegee / ‡rLeslie Pinckney Hill -- ‡tA Winter Twilight ; ‡tFor the Candle Light ; ‡tWhen the Green Lies over the Earth ; ‡tTenebris / ‡rAngelina Weld Grimké -- ‡tMy Hero / ‡rBenjamin Brawley -- ‡tLife Long, Poor Browning ... ; ‡tLetter to My Sister ; ‡tAt the Carnival ; ‡tLines to a Nasturtium ; ‡tFor Jim, Easter Eve / ‡rAnne Spencer -- ‡tEnigma ; ‡tLa Vie C'est la Vie ; ‡tDead Fires ; ‡tOblivion / ‡rJessie Redmond Fauset -- ‡tMorning Light ; ‡tArctic Tern in a Museum ; ‡tLittle Birches / ‡rEffie Lee Newsome -- ‡tThe Heart of a Woman ; ‡tYouth ; ‡tRemember ; ‡tThe Suppliant ; ‡tOld Black Men ; ‡tInterracial ; ‡tI Closed My Shutters Fast Last Night ; ‡tRecessional ; ‡tMy Little Dreams / ‡rGeorgia Douglas Johnson -- ‡tSan Francisco ; ‡tVillanelle of Washington Square ; ‡tView Carré / ‡rWalter Adolphe Roberts -- ‡tRulers : ‡tThe Banjo Player ; ‡tThe Scarlet Woman ; ‡tTired ; ‡tAunt Jane Allen ; ‡tWhen I Die ; ‡tThe Lonley Mother ; ‡tWho Is That A-walking in the Corn? / ‡rFenton Johnson -- ‡tStatus Quo ; ‡tAt Early Morn / ‡rBinga Dismond -- ‡tThe Tropics in New York ; ‡tAfter the Winter ; ‡tSpring in New Hampshire ; ‡tA Song of the Moon ; ‡tHarlem Shadows ; ‡tAmerica ; ‡tWhite Houses ; ‡tIf We Must Die ; ‡tBaptism ; ‡tFlame-heart / ‡rClaude McKay -- ‡tBanking Coal ; ‡tThe Blue Meridian / ‡rJean Toomer -- ‡tSupplication ; ‡tAnd What Shall You Say? / ‡rJoseph S. Cotter, Jr. -- ‡tDark Symphony ; ‡tLamda ; ‡tDo / ‡rMelvin B. Tolson -- ‡tOn Seeing Two Brown Boys in a Catholic Church ; ‡tKid Stuff ; ‡tToast ; ‡tLetters Found Near a Suicide / ‡rFrank Horne -- ‡tThe Craftsman ; ‡tMcDonogh Day in New Orleans / ‡rMarcus B. Christian -- ‡tNocturne Varial ; ‡tDream Song ; ‡tTranformation / ‡rLewis Alexander -- ‡tThe Elevator Man Adheres to Form ; ‡tBest Loved of Africa ; ‡tDance of the Abakweta / ‡rMargaret Danner -- ‡tAfter Winter ; ‡tOld Lem ; ‡tForeclosure ; ‡tRemembering Nat Turner ; ‡tSister Lou / ‡rSterling A. Brown -- ‡tThe Mask ; ‡tSolace ; ‡tJoy ; ‡tInterim / ‡rClarissa Scott Delany --
50500. ‡tI, Too, Sing America ; ‡tDream Variation ; ‡tThe Weary Blues ; ‡tMother to Son ; ‡tThe Negro Speaks of Rivers ; ‡tPersonal ; ‡tHavana Deams ; ‡tHarlem Sweeties ; ‡tMerry-Go-Round ; ‡tLet America Be America Again ; ‡tI Thought It Was Tangiers I Wanted ; ‡tSong for a Suicide ; ‡tHarlem ; ‡tBirmingham Sunday ; ‡tMotto ; ‡tCultural Exchange / ‡rLangston Hughes -- ‡tSonnets ; ‡tLines Written At the Grave of Aleandre Dumas / ‡rGwendolyn B. Bennett -- ‡tA Black Man Talks of Reaping ; ‡tMiracles ; ‡tNocturne at Bethesda ; ‡tSouthern Mansion ; ‡tLength of Moon ; ‡tThe Return ; ‡tIdolatry ; ‡tClose Your Eyes! ; ‡tGolgotha Is a Mountain ; ‡tA Note of Humility ; ‡tThe Daybreakers ; ‡tNocturne of the wharves ; ‡tGod Give to Men / ‡rArna Bontemps -- ‡tEpitaph for a Bigot ; ‡tGreen Valley / ‡rDorothy Vena Johnson -- ‡tFor a Poet ; ‡tThe Wise ; ‡tFor a Lady I Know ; ‡tIncident ; ‡tYet Do I Marvel ; ‡tYouth Sings a Song of Rosebuds ; ‡tFrom the Dark Tower / ‡rCountee Cullen -- ‡tThe Resurrection ; ‡tMy Angel ; ‡tAnd One Shall Live in Two ; ‡tMuse in Late November ; ‡tShe Said ... / ‡rJonathan Henderson Brooks -- ‡tPoet ; ‡rPrescience ; ‡tHaven ; ‡tAppoggiatura ; ‡tBenedicion / ‡rDonald Jeffery Hayes -- ‡tFour Glimpses of Night ; ‡tI Sing No New Songs ; ‡tRobert Whitmore ; ‡tFlowers of Darkness / ‡rFrank Marshall Davis -- ‡tNorthboun̕ / ‡rLucy Ariel Williams Holloway -- ‡tForgotten Dreams ; ‡tOn the Death of a Child / ‡rEdward Silvera -- ‡tSummer Matures ; ‡tFulfillment ; ‡tMagalu ; ‡tRemember Not ; ‡tInvocation ; ‡tThe Road / ‡rHelene Johnson -- ‡tFace of Poverty / ‡rLucy Smith -- ‡tUrgency / ‡rSarah E. Wright -- ‡tAdjuration ; ‡tTumult / ‡rCharles Enoch Wheeler -- ‡tPlans ; ‡tA Young David; Birmingham ; ‡tWords / ‡rHelen Morgan Brooks -- ‡tWithout Name / ‡rPauli Murray -- ‡tHeart of the Woods / ‡rWesley Curtright -- ‡tFreedom in Mah Soul ; ‡tWestern Town / ‡rDavid Wadsworth Cannon, Jr. -- ‡tA Boy's Need ; ‡tCrossing a Creek ; ‡tWillow Bend and Weep ; ‡tOn Calvary's Lonely Hill / ‡rHerbert Clark Johnson -- ‡tThe Letter / ‡rBeatrice M. Murphy -- ‡tO Daedalus, Fly Away Home ; ‡tHomage to the Empress of the Blues ; ‡tA Ballad of Remembrance ; ‡tRunagate Runagate ; ‡tFrederick Douglass / ‡rRobert E. Hayden -- ‡tCreole Girl / ‡rLeslie Morgan Collins -- ‡tSix O'Clock ; ‡tRag Doll and Summer Birds ; ‡tCounterpoint ; ‡tEpitaph for a Negro Woman ; ‡tThe Decision ; ‡tPoem for My Brother Kenneth / ‡rOwen Dodson -- ‡tMemorial Wreath ; ‡tLegacy: My South / ‡rDudley Randall -- ‡tWhere Have You Gone? ... ; ‡tIf There Be Sorrow / ‡rMari Evans --
50500. ‡tMolly Means ; ‡tWe Have Been Believers ; ‡tFor My People ; ‡tOctober Journey ; ‡tHarriet Tubman ; ‡tFor Mary McLeod Bethune / ‡rMargaret Walker -- ‡tThis Hour / ‡rOliver LaGrone -- ‡tBe Daedalus / ‡rNanina Alba -- ‡tUltimate Equality ; ‡tBasic / ‡rRay Durem -- ‡tThe Fishes and the Poet's Hands / ‡rFrank Yerby -- ‡tKitchenette Building ; ‡tThe Birth in a Narrow Room ; ‡t"pygmies are pygmies still, though percht on Alps" ; ‡tFirst Fight. Then Fiddle ; ‡tThe Wall / ‡rGwendolyn Brooks -- ‡tHere and Now / ‡rCatharine Cater -- ‡tPrayer ; ‡tAnother Day / ‡rIsabella Maria Brown -- ‡tTo Satch ; ‡tWhat Bright Pushbutton? / ‡rSamuel Allen -- ‡tTo an Avenue Sport / ‡rHelen Johnson Collins -- ‡tBlues for Bessie ; ‡tTwo Leaqn Cats ... ; ‡tYoung Poet ; ‡tSunset Horn / ‡rMyron O'Higgins -- ‡tJourney to a Parallel ; ‡tThe African Affair / ‡rBruce McM. Wright -- ‡tPortrait Phillippines ; ‡tSonnet / ‡rAlfred A. Duckett -- ‡tTime and Tide / ‡rHazel Washington LaMarre -- ‡tSong ; ‡tNotes for a Movie Script ; ‡tLetter Across Doubt and Distance ; ‡tAnd on This Shore -- ‡tPicnic: The Liberated / ‡rM. Carl Holman -- ‡tPaternal ; ‡tMae's Rent Party / ‡rErnest J. Wilson, Jr. -- ‡tA Folding and Unfolding / ‡rWelton Smith -- ‡tChurch Burning: Mississippi ; ‡tBlack Muslim Boy in a Hospital ; ‡tSon ‡rJames A. Emanuel -- ‡tTo a Brown Girl / ‡rOssie Davis -- ‡tRefugee ; ‡tMidway ; ‡tMortality / ‡rNaomi Long Madgett -- ‡tA Private Letter to Brazil ; ‡tThe Map / ‡rG.C. Oden -- ‡tClubwoman ; ‡tJungle / ‡rMary Carter Smith -- ‡tIn Spite of All This Much Needed Thunder / ‡rZack Gilbert -- ‡tChristophe / ‡rRussell Atkins -- ‡tFor William Edward Burghardt DuBois on his Eightieth Birthday / ‡rBette Darcie Latimer -- ‡tBlack Man's Feast / ‡rSarah Webster Fabio -- ‡tJazz / ‡rFrank London Brown -- ‡tMiles' Delight / ‡rTed Joans -- ‡tI've Got a Home in that Rock / ‡rRaymond Patterson -- ‡tThree Kings / ‡rJames P. Vaughn -- ‡tTo Vanity / ‡rDarwin T. Turner -- ‡tDream / ‡rSolomon Edwards -- ‡tMadhouse / ‡rCalvin C. Hernton -- ‡tFour Sheets to the Wind and a One-way Ticket to France / ‡rConrad Kent Rivers -- ‡tPreface to a Twenty Volume Suicide Note ; ‡tEpistrophe / ‡rLeRoi Jones -- ‡tSuburbia / ‡rMaurice Martinez -- ‡tAfterwards, They Shall Dance ; ‡tCincophrenicpoet ; ‡tBenediction / ‡rBob Kaufman -- ‡tLetter from a Wife / ‡rS. Carolyn Reese -- ‡tA Juju of My Own / ‡rLebert Bethune -- ‡tThe Feral Pioneers-for Dancer / ‡rIshmael Reed -- ‡tPoems; Birmingham 1962-1964 ; ‡tMoths ; ‡tBirmingham ; ‡tAlabama / ‡rJulia Fields -- ‡tCities and Seas ; ‡tEnding / ‡rNorman Jordan -- ‡tFloodtide ; ‡rAskia Muhammad Touré -- ‡tothello jones dresses for dinner ; ‡t18,000 feet ; ‡teclipse / ‡rEd Roberson -- ‡tJust Making it (Blood for Sale) ; ‡tThe Worker / ‡rRichard Thomas -- ‡tLook at That Gal / ‡rJulian Bond -- ‡tGift / ‡rCarol Freeman -- ‡tBrainwashing Dramatized / ‡rDon Johnson -- ‡tSketches of Harlem ; ‡tDowntown-Boy Uptown / ‡rDavid Henderson -- ‡tMemorandum / ‡rRudy Bee Graham --
50500. ‡gII. ‡tTRIBUTARY POEMS BY NON-NEGROES -- ‡tThe Little Black Boy / ‡rWilliam Blake -- ‡tTo Toussaint L'Ouverture / ‡rWilliam Wordsworth -- ‡tThe Runaway Slave at Pilgrim's Point / ‡rElizabeth Barrett Browning -- ‡tThe Slave's Dream / ‡rHenry Wadsworth Longfellow -- ‡tThe Farewell / ‡rJohn Greenleaf Whittier -- ‡tStanzas on Freedom / ‡rJames Russell Lowell -- ‡t"Formerly a Slave" / ‡rHerman Melville -- ‡tThe Runaway Slave ; ‡tThe Wounded Person ; ‡tThe Drayman ; ‡tEthiopia Saluting the Colors / ‡rWalt Whitman -- ‡tToussaint L'Ouverture / ‡rEdwin Arlington Robinson -- ‡tThe Bird and the Tree / ‡rRidgely Torrence -- ‡tMammy Hums ; ‡tJazz Fantasia / ‡rCarl Sandburg -- ‡tThe Congo / ‡rVachel Lindsay -- ‡tDefeat / ‡rWitter Bynner -- ‡tEchoes of Childhood ; ‡tUncle Jim ; ‡tDelphy / ‡rAlice Corbin -- ‡tHow Old Brown Took Harpers Ferry / ‡rEdmund Clarence Stedman -- ‡tPorgy, Maria, and Bess / ‡rDuBose Heyward -- ‡tThe Stong Swimmer / ‡rWilliam Rose Benét -- ‡tElegy on a Nordic White Protestant / ‡rJohn Gould Fletcher -- ‡tArthur Mitchell / ‡rMarianne Moore -- ‡tUpstairs Downstairs / ‡rHervey Allen -- ‡tNegroes ; ‡tLynched Negro ; ‡tPoem to Negro and Whites / ‡rMaxwell Bodenheim -- ‡tSmall Colored Boy in the Subway / ‡rBabette Deutsch -- ‡tLittle White Schoolhouse Blues / ‡rFlorence Becker Lennon -- ‡tThe World Looks On / ‡rLouis Newman -- ‡tCreed / ‡rWalter Lowenfels -- ‡tJohn Brown's Prayer / ‡rStephen Vincent Benét -- ‡tSonnets at Christmas (II) / ‡rAllen Tate -- ‡tLast Impression of New York ; ‡tIn War ; ‡tBig Man ; ‡tPico Della Mirandola ; ‡tThings of the Spirit ; ‡tPen Hy Cane / ‡rMason Jordon Mason -- ‡tA Communication to Nancy Cunard / ‡rKay Boyle -- ‡tThey Are Ours / ‡rA.B. Magil -- ‡tBoogie-Woogie Ballads / ‡rSt. Clair McKelway -- ‡tStreet Scene -- 1946 / ‡rKenneth Porter -- ‡tSlave Story / ‡rHodding Carter -- ‡tNorris Dam ; ‡tDaphne ; ‡tOn a Picture by Pippin, Called "The Den" ; ‡tHarpers Ferry / ‡rSelden Rodman -- ‡tSinging in the Dark / ‡rIrma Wassall -- ‡tMy South / ‡rDon West -- ‡tNegro Spiritual / ‡rPerient Trott -- ‡tSongs for a Colored Singer / ‡rElizabeth Bishop -- ‡tGovernment Injunction / ‡rJosephine Miles -- ‡tNice Day for a Lynching / ‡rKenneth Patchen -- ‡tLenox Avenue ; ‡tThe Castle / ‡rSidney Alexander -- ‡tThe Trial / ‡rMuriel Rukeyser -- ‡tRecapitulations XI ; ‡tThe Southerner / ‡rKarl Shapiro -- ‡tSay Good-bye to Big Daddy / ‡rRandall Jarrell -- ‡tTo a Negro Boy Graduating ; ‡tCountee Cullen / ‡rEugene T. Maleska -- ‡tBim Bam / ‡rDorothy Rosenberg -- ‡tJuncture / ‡rRea Lubar Duncan -- ‡tRecessional for the Class of 1959 of a School for Delinquent Negro Girls / ‡rJoseph R. Cowen -- ‡tBuckdancer's Choice / ‡rJames Dickey -- ‡tOde: Salute to the French Negro Poets / ‡rFrank O'Hara -- ‡tRequiem for "Bird" Parker / ‡rGregory Corso -- ‡tThe Memory of Boxer Benny (Kid) Paret / ‡rFrank Lima ‡tBIOGRAPHICAL NOTES ‡tAuthor Biographies ‡tAUTHOR INDEX ‡tFIRST LINE INDEX.
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