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"If you don't know my name, you don't know your own.”—James Baldwin

Featuring fiction, poetry, autobiography, and literary criticism, Black Voices captures the diverse and powerful words of a literary explosion, the ramifications of which can be seen … weiterlesen

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Titel: Black Voices
Autor/en: Various

ISBN: 0451527828
EAN: 9780451527820
Empfohlen ab 18 Jahre.
Sprache: Englisch.
Herausgegeben von Abraham Chapman

April 2001 - kartoniert - 816 Seiten


"If you don't know my name, you don't know your own.”—James Baldwin

Featuring fiction, poetry, autobiography, and literary criticism, Black Voices captures the diverse and powerful words of a literary explosion, the ramifications of which can be seen and heard in the works of today's African-American artists. A comprehensive and impressive primer, this anthology presents some of the greatest and most enduring work born out of the African-American experience in the United States.

Contributors Include:
Sterling A. Brown
Charles W. Chesnutt
John Henrik Clarke
Countee Cullen
Frederick Douglass
Paul Laurence Dunbar
James Weldon Johnson
Naomi Long Madgett
Paule Marshall
Clarence Major
Claude McKay
Ann Petry
Dudley Randall
J. Saunders Redding
Jean Toomer
Darwin T. Turner

As well as:
Lerone Bennett, Jr.
Frank London Brown
Arthur P. Davis
Frank Marshall Davis
Owen Dodson
Mari Evans
Rudolph Fisher
Dan Georgakas
Robert Hayden
Frank Horne
Blyden Jackson
Lance Jeffers
Fenton Johnson
George E. Kent
Alain Locke
Diane Oliver
Stanley Sanders
Richard G. Stern
Sterling Stuckey
Melvin B. Tolson


I. FictionCharles W. Chestnutt
Baxter's Procrustes
Jean Toomer
Blood-Burning Moon
Rudolph Fisher
Common Meter
Arna Bontemps
A Summer Tragedy
Langston Hughes
Tales of Simple:
Foreword: Who Is Simple?
Feet Live Their Own Life
Coffee Break
Cracker Prayer
Richard Wright
The Man Who Lived Underground
Ann Petry
In Darkness and Confusion
Ralph Ellison
Invisible Man (Prologue
Frank London Brown
Paule Marshall
To Da-duh, In Memoriam
Diane Oliver
II. Autobiography Frederick Douglass
Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave (Chapters 1, 6, 7, and 10)
James Weldon Johnson
Along This Way (Selected Episodes)
Richard Wright
The Ethics of Living Jim Crow
J. Saunders Redding
No Day of Triumph (Chapter 1: Sections 1, 5, and 7)
James Baldwin
Autobiographical Notes
Arna Bontemps
Why I Returned
Malcolm X
The Autobiography of Malcolm X (Chapter 1)
Stnaley Sanders
"I'll Never Escape the Ghetto"
III. Poetry Paul Laurence Dunbar
We Wear the Mask
A Death Song
A Negro Love Song
W. E. B. Du Bois
The Song of the Smoke
A Litany at Atlanta
James Weldon Johnson
The Creation
Fenton Johnson
The Daily Grind
The World Is a Mighty Ogre
A Negro Peddler's Song
The Old Repair Man
The Scarlet Woman
Aunt Jane Allen
Claude McKay
If We Must Die
The Negro's Tragedy
The White City
The White House
Jean Toomer
Harvest Song
Song of the Son
Cotton Song
Brown River, Smile
Countee Cullen
Yet Do I Marvel
A Song of Praise
A Brown Girl Dead
From the Dark Tower
Scottsboro, Too, Is Worth Its Song
Three Epitaphs:
For My Grandmother
For Paul Laurence Dunbar
For a Lady I Know
Melvin B. Tolson
An Ex-Judge at the Bar
Dark Symphony
Frank Horne
Kid Stuff
Nigger: A Chant for Children
Sterling A. Brown
Sister Lou
Memphis Blues
Slim in Hell
Remembering Nat Turner
Southern Road
Southern Cop
The Young Ones
The Ballad of Joe Meek
Strong Men
Arna Bontemps
A Note of Humility
Southern Mansion
My Heart Has Known Its Winter
Nocturne at Bethesda
A Black Man Talks of Reaping
The Day-Breakers
Langston Hughes
Afro-American Fragment
As I Grew Older
Dream Variations
Daybreak in Alabama
Dream Boogie
Children's Rhymes
Theme for English B
Same in Blues
Ballad of the Landlord
Frank Marshall Davis
Four Glimpses of Night
I Sing No New Songs
Robert Whitmore
Flowers of Darkness
Richard Wright
Between the World and Me
Robert Hayden
Tour 5
On the Coast of Maine
In Light Half Nightmare and Half Vision
Homage to the Empress of the Blues
Mourning Poem for the Queen of Sunday
Middle Passage
Frederick Douglass
Owen Dodson
Black Mother Praying
Drunken Lover
The Reunion
Jonathan's Song
Yardbird's Skull
Sailors on Leave
Margaret Walker
For My People
Gwendolyn Brooks
The Artist's and Models' Ball
The Mother
The Preacher: Ruminates Behind the Sermon
The Children of the Poor
We Real Cool
The Chicago Defender Sends a Man to Little Rock
Dudley Randall
The Southern Road
Legacy: My South
Booker T. and W. E. B.
The Idiot
Lerone Bennett, Jr.
Blues and Bitterness
Lance Jeffers
The Night Rains Hot Tar
On Listening to the Spirituals
Grief Streams Down My Chest
The Unknown
Naomi Long Madgett
Her Story
Race Question
Mari Evans
Status Symbol
The Emancipation of George-Hector (a colored turtle)
My Man Let Me Pull Your Coat
Black Jam for Dr. Negro
Leroi Jones
Preface to a Twenty Volume Suicide Note
The Invention of Comics
Look for You Yesterday, Here You Come Today
The Death of Nick Charles
The Bridge
IV. Literary Criticism W. E. B. Du Bois
The Souls of Black Folk (Chapters 1 and 14)
Alain Locke
The New Negro
The Negro in American Culture
Richard Wright
How "Bigger" Was Born
Sterling A. Brown
A Century of Negro Portraiture in American Literature
James Baldwin
Many Thousands Gone
Three Papers from the First Conference of Negro Writers (March, 1959)
1. Arthur P. Davis: Integration and Race Literature
2. J. Saunders Redding: The Negro Writer and His Relationship to His Roots
3. Langston Hughes: Writers: Black and White
Blyden Jackson
The Negro's Image of the Universe as Reflected in His Fiction
John Henrik Clarke
The Origin and Growth of Afro-American Literature
Richard G. Stern
That Same Pain, That Same Pleasure: An Interview with Ralph Ellison
Dan Georgakas
James Baldwin...in Conversation
Sterling Stuckey
Frank London Brown
Darwin T. Turner
The Negro Dramatist's Image of the Universe, 1920-1960
George E. Kent
Ethnic Impact in American Literature
Clarence Major
Black Criterion


About the Editor

Abraham Chapman was professor of English and Chairman of the American Literature survey courses at Wisconsin State University-Stevens Point. His writings include critical studies on American literature of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and book reviews for various leading periodicals. He was the author of The Negro in American Literature. In 1968, Professor Chapman received the Biennial College Language Association Creative Scholarship Award for his study The Harlem Renaissance in Literary History, published in CLA Journal.

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