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A collection of writings and artwork by Richard Bruce Nugent, an important yet heretofore obscure figure of the Harlem Renaissance.
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Titel: Gay Rebel of the Harlem-PB
Autor/en: Richard Bruce Nugent

ISBN: 0822329131
EAN: 9780822329138
New.
Sprache: Englisch.
Herausgegeben von Thomas H. Wirth
DUKE UNIV PR

Mai 2002 - kartoniert - 312 Seiten

Beschreibung

A collection of writings and artwork by Richard Bruce Nugent, an important yet heretofore obscure figure of the Harlem Renaissance.

Portrait

Richard Bruce Nugent, one of the last surviving Harlem Renaissance luminaries when he died in Hoboken, New Jersey, in 1987, was born in Washington, DC in 1906 and lived most of his life in New York City. Thomas H. Wirth is an independent scholar, bibliophile, and publisher who for twenty-five years was a staff representative for the New Jersey State College/University affiliate of the American Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO. He has a Ph.D. in chemistry from California Institute of Technology, and has taught at South Carolina State University, Southern University, Mary Holmes College, and Richard Stockton College of New Jersey. His website devoted to Richard Bruce Nugent is located at http: //www.brucenugent.com/

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"The list of gay and lesbian African Americans is impressive and long, but it is surely headed by Bruce Nugent...[Wirth] does us an immeasurable favor by bringing together this collection of Nugent's poems, stories, essays, and visual art, along with a biographical sketch and a thoughtful interpretation. One of the key figures in both the creative world of the Harlem Renaissance and the complex underground world of gay culture, Bruce Nugent at last speaks here for himself."-from the Foreword, by Henry Louis Gates Jr. "Nugent is one of the best-known unknowns of the Harlem Renaissance - widely quoted by its chroniclers and revered by people interested in black gay history. By restoring his place in history and making his work widely available for scrutiny, this book performs an invaluable service. Wirth's introduction also provides an extraordinary tour of the gay side of the Renaissance and vivid glimpses of bohemian life in Harlem and the arts circles Nugent moved in." - George Chauncey, author of Gay New York: Gender, Urban Culture, and the Making of the Gay Male World
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