The Resource Voices from the Harlem renaissance, edited by Nathan Irvin Huggins

Voices from the Harlem renaissance, edited by Nathan Irvin Huggins

Label
Voices from the Harlem renaissance
Title
Voices from the Harlem renaissance
Statement of responsibility
edited by Nathan Irvin Huggins
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
  • PS509.N4
  • E185.93.N56
LC item number
  • V6
  • H8
Literary form
non fiction
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1927-1989
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Huggins, Nathan Irvin
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  • African Americans
  • American literature
  • American literature
  • American literature
  • African American arts
  • Harlem Renaissance
  • Noirs américains
  • Littérature américaine
  • Arts noirs américains
  • Littérature américaine
  • Arts
  • African American arts
  • African Americans
  • American literature
  • American literature
  • Harlem Renaissance
  • Intellectual life
  • Harlem renaissance
  • Harlem (New York, N.Y.)
  • New York (State)
  • New York (State)
Label
Voices from the Harlem renaissance, edited by Nathan Irvin Huggins
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Africa for the Africans
  • W.A. Domingo
  • Garveyism
  • A. Philip Randolph
  • Africa for the Africans
  • The future as I see it
  • Marcus A. Garvey
  • Race pride
  • W.E.B. Dubois
  • "New negro" radicalism.
  • from The messenger.
  • The Negro : a menace to radicalism
  • A new crowd--a new negro
  • A. Philip Randolph
  • "If we must die"
  • Defense of Negro rioters
  • The new negro--what is he?
  • Wallace Thurman
  • The Caucasian storms Harlem
  • Rudolph Fisher
  • from A long way from home
  • The tropics in New York
  • Harlem shadows
  • Claude McKay
  • City love
  • Eric Walrond
  • from The big sea
  • Harlem Renaissance : the urban setting.
  • Esthete in Harlem
  • Railroad Avenue
  • Langston Hughes
  • Smoke, lilies, and jade
  • Richard Bruce
  • Blades of steel
  • Rudolph Fisher
  • Harlem wine
  • Countee Cullen
  • Harlem reviewed
  • Harlem directory from Harlem
  • Nancy Cunard
  • A Negro extravaganza
  • Claude McKay
  • The new Negro
  • Alain Locke
  • from Black Manhattan
  • My city ;
  • James Weldon Johnson
  • Editorial from Harlem
  • Afro-American fragment
  • Luani of the jungles
  • Danse africaine
  • Negro
  • Cross
  • I too sing America
  • The negro speaks of rivers
  • Langston Hughes
  • from Banjo
  • Africa
  • Afro-American identity--who am I?
  • Mulatto
  • Claude McKay
  • Sonnet to a Negro in Harlem
  • Poem
  • Helene Johnson
  • Bona and Paul
  • Jean Toomer
  • To a dark girl
  • Wedding day
  • Gwendolyn Bennett
  • The legacy of the ancestral arts
  • Odyssey of big boy
  • Sterling Brown
  • Sweat
  • Zora Neale Hurston
  • African diary
  • On being black
  • W.E.B. DuBois
  • Alain Locke
  • Heritage
  • Uncle Jim
  • Tableau
  • Saturday's child
  • Countee Cullen
  • Shouting
  • The sermon
  • Uncle Monday
  • Zora Neale Hurston
  • Sterling Brown : the new Negro folk-poet
  • Alain Locke
  • Afro-American past--history and folk tradition.
  • The Negro digs up his past
  • Arthur A. Schomburg
  • Song of the son
  • Jean Toomer
  • Fifty years (1863-1913)
  • James Weldon Johnson
  • Characteristics of Negro expression
  • Visual arts : to celebrate blackness.
  • [African American art]
  • Aaron Douglas, Sargent Johnson, Richmond Barthé, Augusta Savage, Hale Woodruff, William H. Johnson, Archibald J. Motley, Palmer Hayden
  • George S. Schuyler
  • Art or propaganda
  • Alain Locke
  • Dead fires
  • Jessie Redmond Fauset
  • To John Keats, poet, at springtime
  • For a poet
  • Yet do I marvel
  • Countee Cullen
  • from Infants of the spring
  • Afro-American art : art or propaganda? High or low culture?
  • Wallace Thurman
  • The banjo player
  • Fenton Johnson
  • Conversation with James P. Johnson
  • Tom Davin
  • Interview with Eubie Blake
  • Nathan Irvin Huggins
  • Preface to The book of American Negro poetry
  • O black and unknown bards
  • James Weldon Johnson
  • The Negro artist and the racial mountain
  • Hurt
  • Langston Hughes
  • The Negro-art hokum
  • She of the dancing feet sings
  • Countee Cullen
  • Conception
  • Waring Cuney
  • The suppliant
  • Georgia Douglas Johnson
  • A missionary brings a young native to America
  • Helene Johnson
  • Christianity : alien gospel or source of inspiration?
  • Go down death
  • James Weldon Johnson
  • Spirituals and neo-spirituals
  • Zora Neale Hurston
  • Black magdalens
  • Simon the Cyrenian speaks
  • Fruit of the flower
  • A black man talks of reaping
  • Arna Bontemps
  • Old black men
  • Georgia Douglas Johnson
  • Hatred
  • Gwendolyn Bennett
  • Remembering Nat Turner
  • Sterling A. Brown
  • Dream variation
  • Song for a dark girl
  • Alienation, anger, rage.
  • Mother to son
  • Langston Hughes
  • Incident
  • From the dark tower
  • Countee Cullen
  • A southern road
  • Helene Johnson
  • Our greatest gift to America
  • George S. Schuyler
  • Brothers
  • James Weldon Johnson
  • If we must die
  • The White House
  • The lynching
  • America
  • Claude McKay
  • James Weldon Johnson
  • Dear reader, from Challenge
  • Dorothy West
  • Comments, from Challenge
  • Carl Van Vechten
  • Dear reader, from Challenge
  • Dorothy West
  • "Editorial" from The new challenge
  • Blueprint for Negro writing
  • Richard Wright
  • Reflections on the Renaissance and art for a new day.
  • For a Negro magazine
  • Claude McKay
  • Spiritual truancy
  • Alain Locke
  • Barrel staves
  • Arna Bontemps
  • Widow with a moral obligation
  • Helene Johnson
  • Poem
  • Always the same
  • from The big sea
  • Goodbye, Christ
  • Langston Hughes
  • Long black song
  • Richard Wright
  • Langston Hughes
  • Harlem runs wild
  • Claude McKay
  • A Negro nation within the nation
  • W.E.B. DuBois
  • Foreword, from Challenge
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
438 pages
Isbn
9780195019551
Lccn
75016912
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)02290112
  • (OCoLC)ocm02290112
Label
Voices from the Harlem renaissance, edited by Nathan Irvin Huggins
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Africa for the Africans
  • W.A. Domingo
  • Garveyism
  • A. Philip Randolph
  • Africa for the Africans
  • The future as I see it
  • Marcus A. Garvey
  • Race pride
  • W.E.B. Dubois
  • "New negro" radicalism.
  • from The messenger.
  • The Negro : a menace to radicalism
  • A new crowd--a new negro
  • A. Philip Randolph
  • "If we must die"
  • Defense of Negro rioters
  • The new negro--what is he?
  • Wallace Thurman
  • The Caucasian storms Harlem
  • Rudolph Fisher
  • from A long way from home
  • The tropics in New York
  • Harlem shadows
  • Claude McKay
  • City love
  • Eric Walrond
  • from The big sea
  • Harlem Renaissance : the urban setting.
  • Esthete in Harlem
  • Railroad Avenue
  • Langston Hughes
  • Smoke, lilies, and jade
  • Richard Bruce
  • Blades of steel
  • Rudolph Fisher
  • Harlem wine
  • Countee Cullen
  • Harlem reviewed
  • Harlem directory from Harlem
  • Nancy Cunard
  • A Negro extravaganza
  • Claude McKay
  • The new Negro
  • Alain Locke
  • from Black Manhattan
  • My city ;
  • James Weldon Johnson
  • Editorial from Harlem
  • Afro-American fragment
  • Luani of the jungles
  • Danse africaine
  • Negro
  • Cross
  • I too sing America
  • The negro speaks of rivers
  • Langston Hughes
  • from Banjo
  • Africa
  • Afro-American identity--who am I?
  • Mulatto
  • Claude McKay
  • Sonnet to a Negro in Harlem
  • Poem
  • Helene Johnson
  • Bona and Paul
  • Jean Toomer
  • To a dark girl
  • Wedding day
  • Gwendolyn Bennett
  • The legacy of the ancestral arts
  • Odyssey of big boy
  • Sterling Brown
  • Sweat
  • Zora Neale Hurston
  • African diary
  • On being black
  • W.E.B. DuBois
  • Alain Locke
  • Heritage
  • Uncle Jim
  • Tableau
  • Saturday's child
  • Countee Cullen
  • Shouting
  • The sermon
  • Uncle Monday
  • Zora Neale Hurston
  • Sterling Brown : the new Negro folk-poet
  • Alain Locke
  • Afro-American past--history and folk tradition.
  • The Negro digs up his past
  • Arthur A. Schomburg
  • Song of the son
  • Jean Toomer
  • Fifty years (1863-1913)
  • James Weldon Johnson
  • Characteristics of Negro expression
  • Visual arts : to celebrate blackness.
  • [African American art]
  • Aaron Douglas, Sargent Johnson, Richmond Barthé, Augusta Savage, Hale Woodruff, William H. Johnson, Archibald J. Motley, Palmer Hayden
  • George S. Schuyler
  • Art or propaganda
  • Alain Locke
  • Dead fires
  • Jessie Redmond Fauset
  • To John Keats, poet, at springtime
  • For a poet
  • Yet do I marvel
  • Countee Cullen
  • from Infants of the spring
  • Afro-American art : art or propaganda? High or low culture?
  • Wallace Thurman
  • The banjo player
  • Fenton Johnson
  • Conversation with James P. Johnson
  • Tom Davin
  • Interview with Eubie Blake
  • Nathan Irvin Huggins
  • Preface to The book of American Negro poetry
  • O black and unknown bards
  • James Weldon Johnson
  • The Negro artist and the racial mountain
  • Hurt
  • Langston Hughes
  • The Negro-art hokum
  • She of the dancing feet sings
  • Countee Cullen
  • Conception
  • Waring Cuney
  • The suppliant
  • Georgia Douglas Johnson
  • A missionary brings a young native to America
  • Helene Johnson
  • Christianity : alien gospel or source of inspiration?
  • Go down death
  • James Weldon Johnson
  • Spirituals and neo-spirituals
  • Zora Neale Hurston
  • Black magdalens
  • Simon the Cyrenian speaks
  • Fruit of the flower
  • A black man talks of reaping
  • Arna Bontemps
  • Old black men
  • Georgia Douglas Johnson
  • Hatred
  • Gwendolyn Bennett
  • Remembering Nat Turner
  • Sterling A. Brown
  • Dream variation
  • Song for a dark girl
  • Alienation, anger, rage.
  • Mother to son
  • Langston Hughes
  • Incident
  • From the dark tower
  • Countee Cullen
  • A southern road
  • Helene Johnson
  • Our greatest gift to America
  • George S. Schuyler
  • Brothers
  • James Weldon Johnson
  • If we must die
  • The White House
  • The lynching
  • America
  • Claude McKay
  • James Weldon Johnson
  • Dear reader, from Challenge
  • Dorothy West
  • Comments, from Challenge
  • Carl Van Vechten
  • Dear reader, from Challenge
  • Dorothy West
  • "Editorial" from The new challenge
  • Blueprint for Negro writing
  • Richard Wright
  • Reflections on the Renaissance and art for a new day.
  • For a Negro magazine
  • Claude McKay
  • Spiritual truancy
  • Alain Locke
  • Barrel staves
  • Arna Bontemps
  • Widow with a moral obligation
  • Helene Johnson
  • Poem
  • Always the same
  • from The big sea
  • Goodbye, Christ
  • Langston Hughes
  • Long black song
  • Richard Wright
  • Langston Hughes
  • Harlem runs wild
  • Claude McKay
  • A Negro nation within the nation
  • W.E.B. DuBois
  • Foreword, from Challenge
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
438 pages
Isbn
9780195019551
Lccn
75016912
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)02290112
  • (OCoLC)ocm02290112

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