ISBN13:978-0140170368 ISBN10: 0140170367 This edition has also been released as: ISBN13: 978-0670845101 ISBN10: 0670845108
Summary: From its beginnings in 1919, with soldiers returning from the Great War, to its sputtering end in 1934, with the Great Depression, the New Negro Movement in arts and letters proclaimed the experience of African American men and women. This magnificent volume features a wealth of fiction and nonfiction works by 45 writers from that exuberant era. This anthology of African American literature "features memoirs, essays, political statements, criticism, poetry, a
Summary: From its beginnings in 1919, with soldiers returning from the Great War, to its sputtering end in 1934, with the Great Depression, the New Negro Movement in arts and letters proclaimed the experience of African American men and women. This magnificent volume features a wealth of fiction and nonfiction works by 45 writers from that exuberant era. This anthology of African American literature "features memoirs, essays, political statements, criticism, poetry, and fiction." (Christ Sci Monit) ...show less
Edition/Copyright:95 Cover: Paperback Publisher:Penguin Classics Year Published: 1995 International: No
View Table of Contents
Introduction Chronology Part I. Essays and Memoirs Returning Soldiers W. E. B. Du Bois The Migration of the Talented Tenth Carter G. Woodson Gift of the Black Tropics W. A. Domingo Africa for the Africans Marcus Garvey Liberty Hall Emancipation Day Speech On Marcus Garvey Mary White Ovington Black Manhattan James Weldon Johnson The New Negro Alain Locke Jazz at Home Joel A. Rogers Reflections on O'Neill's Plays Paul Robeson The Negro Digs Up His Past Arthur A. Schomburg The Task of Negro Womanhood Elise Johnson McDougald from The Big Sea Langston Hughes When the Negro Was in Vogue Harlem Literati Parties The Negro Artist and the Racial Mountain The Negro-Art Hokum George S. Schuyler Criteria of Negro Art W. E. B. Du Bois Critiques of Carl Van Vechten's Nigger Heaven Du Bois J. W. Johnson The Caucasian Storms Harlem Rudolph Fisher Aaron Douglas Chats about the Harlem Renaissance Aaron Douglas Negro Art and America Albert C. Barnes The Negro Takes His Place in American Art Alain Locke The Negro Artist and Modern Art Romare Bearden from Dust Tracks on a Road Zora Neale Hurston from A Long Way from Home Claude McKay The Harlem Intelligentsia The New Negro in Paris La Bourgeoisie Noire E. Franklin Frazier With Langston Hughes in the USSR Louise Thompson Patterson Harlem Runs Wild Claude Mckay Blueprint for Negro Writing Richard Wright The Negro Renaissance and Its Significance Charles S. Johnson Part II. Poetry Song Gwendolyn Bennett Hatred The Day-Breakers Arna Bontemps Golgotha Is a Mountain Southern Road Sterling Brown Odyssey of Big Boy Frankie and Johnny Ma Rainey Long Gone Georgie Grimes Remembering Nat Turner The Young Voice Cries Mae Cowdery The Wayside Well Joseph S. Cotter For a Lady I Know Countee Cullen 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 Waring Cuney La Vie C'est la Vie Jessie Redmon Fauset Dead Fires The Negro Speaks of Rivers Langston Hughes 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 Fenton Johnson The Banjo Player Let Me Not Lose My Dream Georgia Douglas Johnson Old Black Men Black Woman The Heart of a Woman I Want to Die While You Love Me My Race Helene Johnson A Southern Road Sonnet to a Negro in Harlem Poem The White Witch James Weldon Johnson The Color Sergeant O Black and Unknown Bards Go Down Death The Creation If We Must Die Claude McKay 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 Anne Spencer Song of the Son Jean Toomer Georgia Dusk The Blue Meridian Part III. Fiction from The Emperor Jones Eugene O'Neill from Cane Jean Toomer Karintha Fern Bona and Paul Birthright T. S. Stribling from There Is Confusion Jessie Redmon Fauset from Plum Bun from The Fire in the Flint Walter White Wedding Day Gwendolyn Bennett from Home to Harlem Claude McKay Snowstorm in Pittsburgh Spring in Harlem from Banjo Banjo's Ace of Spades from Banana Bottom from Quicksand Nella Larsen from Passing from The Closing Door Angelina Weld Grimke The Typewriter Dorothy West from The Dark Princess W. E. B. Du Bois from The Walls of Jericho Rudolph Fisher from Tropic Death Eric Walrond The Wharf Rats The Yellow One Smoke, Lilies and Jade Richard Bruce Nugent Luani of the Jungles Langston Hughes from Not Without Laughter Thursday Afternoon from The Ways of White Folks Father and Son The Blues I'm Playing Cordelia the Crude Wallace Thurman Harlem: A Forum of Negro Life from The Blacker the Berry... from Infants of the Spring from Black No More George Schuyler from God Sends Sunday Arna Bontemps from Black Thunder from One Way to Heaven Countee Cullen Drenched in Light Zora Neale Hurston Color Struck Jonah's Gourd Vine from Mule-Bone Zora Neale Hurston Langston Hughes Biographical Notes Acknowledgments
Order this book in the next 22 hours and 58 minutes and it ships by Noon CT Monday!
New Currently Sold Out
Free Shipping Get Free Shipping on orders over $25 (not including Rental and Marketplace). Order arrives in 5-10 business days.
Need it faster? We offer fast, flat-rate expedited shipping options.
Not the right book for you? We'll gladly take it back within 30 days.
To return an eTextbook:
Your eTextbook is non-returnable once it's been activated. You must contact us about returning your eTextbook before you activate it.
Returns are accepted within 30 days of the purchase date on your order confirmation.
This book qualifies for guaranteed cash back! Buy it now for , then:
Sell it back by:
Guaranteed cash back:
Cost of this book after cash back:
Take advantage of Guaranteed Cash Back. Send your book to us in good condition before the end of the buyback period, we'll send YOU a check, and you'll pay less for your textbooks!
If you find this book for less on Amazon.com (direct from Amazon, not marketplace sellers), we'll match it.
In our warehouse, waiting to ship directly to you.
We hand-inspect every used textbook to make sure it's in good condition.
Buy it now. Sell it later!
Sell this textbook for cash!
When you're done with this book, sell it back to Textbooks.com. In addition to the best possible buyback price, you'll get an extra 10% cash back just for being a customer.
We buy good-condition used textbooks year 'round, 24/7. No matter where you bought it, Textbooks.com will buy your textbooks for the most cash.
We hand-inspect every one of our used textbooks to ensure good condition.
Our used textbooks do NOT have:
Missing or torn pages
Missing or torn cover
Torn or damaged binding
A broken spine
This textbook has never been used.
Due to the size of eTextbooks, a high-speed internet connection (cable modem, DSL, LAN) is required for download stability and speed. Your connection can be wired or wireless.
Being online is not required for reading an eTextbook after successfully downloading it. You must only be connected to the Internet duringthe download process.
XP or Windows 7 (32 or 64 running in 32 bit mode), or Mac OS 10.6 or above
At least 512 MB RAM, 600 mHZ processor, and 40 MB of hard drive space (75MB for Mac OS)
What is the Marketplace? It's another way for you to get the right price on the books you need. We approved every Marketplace vendor to sell their books on Textbooks.com, so you know they're all reliable.
What are Marketplace shipping options? Marketplace items do not qualify for free shipping. When ordering from the Marketplace, please specify whether you want the seller to send your book Standard ($3.99/item) or Express ($6.99/item). To get free shipping over $25, just order directly from Textbooks.com instead of through the Marketplace.
FREE UPS 2nd Day Air Terms
Rental and Marketplace items are excluded. Offer is valid from 1/21/2013 12:00PM to 1/23/2013 11:59AM CST. Your order must be placed by 12 Noon CST to be processed on the same day. Minimum order value is $100.00 excluding Rental and Marketplace items. To redeem this offer, select "FREE UPS 2ND DAY AIR" at checkout. Offer not is not valid on previous orders.