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Sturdy black bridges : visions of Black women in literature, edited by Roseann P. Bell, Bettye J. Parker, and Beverly Guy-Sheftall

Label
Sturdy black bridges : visions of Black women in literature
Title
Sturdy black bridges
Title remainder
visions of Black women in literature
Statement of responsibility
edited by Roseann P. Bell, Bettye J. Parker, and Beverly Guy-Sheftall
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • plates
Index
no index present
LC call number
PN56.3.B55
LC item number
S86
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Bell, Roseann P
  • Parker, Bettye J
  • Guy-Sheftall, Beverly
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Women, Black, in literature
  • Women authors, Black
  • Women, Black
  • Blacks
  • Blacks in literature
  • Noires dans la littérature
  • Écrivaines noires
  • Noires
  • Blacks
  • Blacks in literature
  • Women authors, Black
  • Women, Black
  • Women, Black, in literature
  • Literatur
  • Frau (Motiv)
  • Weibliche Schwarze (Motiv)
  • Westindien
  • Schwarzafrika
  • USA
Label
Sturdy black bridges : visions of Black women in literature, edited by Roseann P. Bell, Bettye J. Parker, and Beverly Guy-Sheftall
Link
https://archive.org/details/sturdyblackbridg00bell
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. [379]-417
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Karen C. Chapman
  • The African heroine
  • Marie Linton-Umeh
  • The awakening of the self in the heroines of Ousmane Sembene
  • Sonia Lee
  • The Caribbean woman as writer
  • Eintou Apandaye
  • Black women poets from Wheatley to Walker
  • Glorida T. Hull
  • The politics of intimarcy : a discussion
  • The analytical vision.
  • Hortense Spillers
  • Images of self and race in the autobiographies of Black women
  • Mary Burgher
  • Black Eve or Madonna? A study of the antithetical views of the mother in Black American literature
  • Daryl C. Dance
  • An essay on Alice Walker
  • Mary Helen Washington
  • Alice Walker : "The diary of an African nun" and Du Bois' double consciousness
  • Chester J. Fontenot
  • The women of Bronzeville
  • Introduction : the analytical vision
  • Beverly Guy-Sheftall
  • The influence of voodoo on the fiction of Zora Neale Hurston
  • Ellease Southerland
  • Bridges and deep water
  • Jerry D. Ward
  • Roseann P. Bell and Bettye J. Parker
  • War on African familyhood
  • Iva E. Carruthers
  • Images of Black women in modern African poetry : an overview
  • Andrea B. Rushing
  • "Introduction" to Ama Ata Aidoo's "Dilemma of a ghost"
  • Substance : George Kent
  • Roseann P. Bell
  • Commitment : Toni Cade Bambara speaks
  • Beverly Guy-Sheftall
  • Complexity : Toni Morrison's women--an interview essay
  • Bettye J. Parker
  • Wisdom : an interview with C.L.R. James
  • L. Anthony-Welch
  • Mississippi mothers : roots.
  • Lillie V. McKenzie
  • The conversational vision
  • Annie Amiker (Aunt Sis)
  • Johnnie Ruth Pearl Ellis (Aunt Saint)
  • Lena (Gorgeous) Smith
  • Malinda Wango
  • Bettye J. Parker
  • Gayl Jones takes a look at "Corregidora"--an interview
  • Roseann P. Bell
  • Introduction : the conversational vision
  • Roseann P. Bell
  • Ann Petry talks about first novel
  • James W. Ivy
  • Relections : Arthenia Bates Millican
  • Bettye J. Parker
  • Judgment : Addison Gayle
  • Paule Marshall
  • The word is love
  • Lorna V. Williams
  • Mis' Lou
  • Jacquelyn Furgus Hunter
  • Arah : one
  • Arah : two
  • Letter to the lady # 3
  • Arah : five
  • Arah : six
  • The creative vision.
  • Poem for a Rasta daughter
  • Marvin Williams
  • Angela Davis
  • Nicolás Guillén
  • The 7:25 trolley
  • Mari Evans
  • Lineage
  • Margaret Walker
  • The women gather
  • Nikki Giovanni
  • Introduction : the creative vision
  • 10:15 A.M.--April 27, 1969, poem
  • Sonia Sanchez
  • Southlands : the double year
  • Nathaniel Johnson
  • Cleaning out the closet
  • Mae Jackson
  • Alice
  • Paulette Childress White
  • Ritual
  • Oyoko Loving
  • Beverly Guy-Sheftall
  • Women's lib
  • Margaret Danner
  • Sundown sigh
  • Melba Joyce Boyd
  • Lovesong for Rochelle
  • Kenneth A. McClane
  • cracked
  • Sometimes as women only
  • Parade
  • Gloria Gayles
  • The collector of treasures
  • Turning corners
  • Lynn Suruma
  • In a minute
  • Robert Alvin Bell
  • from "The book of life"
  • Haki R. Madhubuti
  • The neighborhood
  • Betty De Ramus
  • Solstice
  • Audre Lourde
  • Bessie Head
  • It is deep
  • Carolyn Rodgers
  • An African tribute
  • Samuel Otoo
  • Return of the native
Dimensions
21 cm
Edition
1st ed. Anchor Books ed.
Extent
xxxi, 422 pages, [12] leaves of plates
Isbn
9780385133470
Lccn
77016898
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)4593751
Label
Sturdy black bridges : visions of Black women in literature, edited by Roseann P. Bell, Bettye J. Parker, and Beverly Guy-Sheftall
Link
https://archive.org/details/sturdyblackbridg00bell
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. [379]-417
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Karen C. Chapman
  • The African heroine
  • Marie Linton-Umeh
  • The awakening of the self in the heroines of Ousmane Sembene
  • Sonia Lee
  • The Caribbean woman as writer
  • Eintou Apandaye
  • Black women poets from Wheatley to Walker
  • Glorida T. Hull
  • The politics of intimarcy : a discussion
  • The analytical vision.
  • Hortense Spillers
  • Images of self and race in the autobiographies of Black women
  • Mary Burgher
  • Black Eve or Madonna? A study of the antithetical views of the mother in Black American literature
  • Daryl C. Dance
  • An essay on Alice Walker
  • Mary Helen Washington
  • Alice Walker : "The diary of an African nun" and Du Bois' double consciousness
  • Chester J. Fontenot
  • The women of Bronzeville
  • Introduction : the analytical vision
  • Beverly Guy-Sheftall
  • The influence of voodoo on the fiction of Zora Neale Hurston
  • Ellease Southerland
  • Bridges and deep water
  • Jerry D. Ward
  • Roseann P. Bell and Bettye J. Parker
  • War on African familyhood
  • Iva E. Carruthers
  • Images of Black women in modern African poetry : an overview
  • Andrea B. Rushing
  • "Introduction" to Ama Ata Aidoo's "Dilemma of a ghost"
  • Substance : George Kent
  • Roseann P. Bell
  • Commitment : Toni Cade Bambara speaks
  • Beverly Guy-Sheftall
  • Complexity : Toni Morrison's women--an interview essay
  • Bettye J. Parker
  • Wisdom : an interview with C.L.R. James
  • L. Anthony-Welch
  • Mississippi mothers : roots.
  • Lillie V. McKenzie
  • The conversational vision
  • Annie Amiker (Aunt Sis)
  • Johnnie Ruth Pearl Ellis (Aunt Saint)
  • Lena (Gorgeous) Smith
  • Malinda Wango
  • Bettye J. Parker
  • Gayl Jones takes a look at "Corregidora"--an interview
  • Roseann P. Bell
  • Introduction : the conversational vision
  • Roseann P. Bell
  • Ann Petry talks about first novel
  • James W. Ivy
  • Relections : Arthenia Bates Millican
  • Bettye J. Parker
  • Judgment : Addison Gayle
  • Paule Marshall
  • The word is love
  • Lorna V. Williams
  • Mis' Lou
  • Jacquelyn Furgus Hunter
  • Arah : one
  • Arah : two
  • Letter to the lady # 3
  • Arah : five
  • Arah : six
  • The creative vision.
  • Poem for a Rasta daughter
  • Marvin Williams
  • Angela Davis
  • Nicolás Guillén
  • The 7:25 trolley
  • Mari Evans
  • Lineage
  • Margaret Walker
  • The women gather
  • Nikki Giovanni
  • Introduction : the creative vision
  • 10:15 A.M.--April 27, 1969, poem
  • Sonia Sanchez
  • Southlands : the double year
  • Nathaniel Johnson
  • Cleaning out the closet
  • Mae Jackson
  • Alice
  • Paulette Childress White
  • Ritual
  • Oyoko Loving
  • Beverly Guy-Sheftall
  • Women's lib
  • Margaret Danner
  • Sundown sigh
  • Melba Joyce Boyd
  • Lovesong for Rochelle
  • Kenneth A. McClane
  • cracked
  • Sometimes as women only
  • Parade
  • Gloria Gayles
  • The collector of treasures
  • Turning corners
  • Lynn Suruma
  • In a minute
  • Robert Alvin Bell
  • from "The book of life"
  • Haki R. Madhubuti
  • The neighborhood
  • Betty De Ramus
  • Solstice
  • Audre Lourde
  • Bessie Head
  • It is deep
  • Carolyn Rodgers
  • An African tribute
  • Samuel Otoo
  • Return of the native
Dimensions
21 cm
Edition
1st ed. Anchor Books ed.
Extent
xxxi, 422 pages, [12] leaves of plates
Isbn
9780385133470
Lccn
77016898
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)4593751

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