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The poetry of the Negro, 1746-1970 : an anthology /

edited by Langston Hughes and Arna Bontemps.

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Names: Hughes, Langston, | Bontemps, Arna,
Published: Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1970.
Edition: [Rev. and updated ed.].
Series: Doubleday anchor books ; AO-73.
Topics: American poetry - African American authors. | African Americans - Poetry. | Poetry - Black authors. | Blacks - Poetry. | Poetry.
Genres: Poetry. | Poetry.
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245 04|aThe poetry of the Negro, 1746-1970 :|ban anthology /|cedited by Langston Hughes and Arna Bontemps.
250 |a[Rev. and updated ed.].
260 |aGarden City, N.Y.,|bDoubleday,|c1970.
300 |axxiv, 645 pages|c22 cm.
336 |atext|btxt|2rdacontent
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338 |avolume|bnc|2rdacarrier
386 |neth|aAfrican Americans|2lcdgt
386 |nnat|aAmericans|2lcdgt
388 |aEighteenth century|2lcsh
388 |aNineteenth century|2lcsh
388 |aTwentieth century|2lcsh
490 1 |aDoubleday/Anchor AO-73
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references.
505 00|gI|tNegro poets of the U.S.A.|tBars Fight /|rLucy Terry --|tAn Evening Thought /|rJupiter Hammon --|tHis Excellency General Washington ;|tOn Imagination /|rPhillis Wheatley --|tOn Liberty and Slavery /|rGeorge Moses Horton --|tEpigram /|rArmand Lanusse --|tThe Slave Auction ;|tLet the Light Enter /|rFrances E.W. Harper --|tVerse Written in the Album of Mademoiselle /|rPierre Dalcour --|tThe Feet of Judas /|rGeorge Marion McClellan --|tThe Way-side Well /|rJoseph S. Cotter, Sr. --|tMiss Melerlee /|rJohn Wesley Holloway --|tA Litany at Atlanta /|rW.E.B. Du Bois --|tPaul Laurence Dunbar ;|tAn Indignation Dinner /|rJames David Corrothers --|tO Black and Unknown Bards ;|tMy City ;|tLift Every Voice and Sing /|rJames Weldon Johnson --|tSympathy ;|tDawn ;|tA Negro Love Song ;|tWhen Malindy Sings ;|tLittle Brown Baby ;|tA Death Song ;|tEre Sleep Comes Down to Soothe the Weary Eyes ;|tCompensation /|rPaul Laurence Dunbar --|tSonnet /|rAlice Dunbar Nelson --|tThe House of Falling Leaves ;|tThe Watchers ;|tWhite Magic: An Ode /|rWilliam Stanley Braithwaite --|tThe Teacher ;|tTuskegee /|rLeslie Pinckney Hill --|tA Winter Twilight ;|tFor the Candle Light ;|tWhen the Green Lies over the Earth ;|tTenebris /|rAngelina Weld Grimké --|tMy Hero /|rBenjamin Brawley --|tLife Long, Poor Browning ... ;|tLetter to My Sister ;|tAt the Carnival ;|tLines to a Nasturtium ;|tFor Jim, Easter Eve /|rAnne Spencer --|tEnigma ;|tLa Vie C'est la Vie ;|tDead Fires ;|tOblivion /|rJessie Redmond Fauset --|tMorning Light ;|tArctic Tern in a Museum ;|tLittle Birches /|rEffie Lee Newsome --|tThe Heart of a Woman ;|tYouth ;|tRemember ;|tThe Suppliant ;|tOld Black Men ;|tInterracial ;|tI Closed My Shutters Fast Last Night ;|tRecessional ;|tMy Little Dreams /|rGeorgia Douglas Johnson --|tSan Francisco ;|tVillanelle of Washington Square ;|tView Carré /|rWalter Adolphe Roberts --|tRulers :|tThe Banjo Player ;|tThe Scarlet Woman ;|tTired ;|tAunt Jane Allen ;|tWhen I Die ;|tThe Lonley Mother ;|tWho Is That A-walking in the Corn? /|rFenton Johnson --|tStatus Quo ;|tAt Early Morn /|rBinga Dismond --|tThe Tropics in New York ;|tAfter the Winter ;|tSpring in New Hampshire ;|tA Song of the Moon ;|tHarlem Shadows ;|tAmerica ;|tWhite Houses ;|tIf We Must Die ;|tBaptism ;|tFlame-heart /|rClaude McKay --|tBanking Coal ;|tThe Blue Meridian /|rJean Toomer --|tSupplication ;|tAnd What Shall You Say? /|rJoseph S. Cotter, Jr. --|tDark Symphony ;|tLamda ;|tDo /|rMelvin B. Tolson --|tOn Seeing Two Brown Boys in a Catholic Church ;|tKid Stuff ;|tToast ;|tLetters Found Near a Suicide /|rFrank Horne --|tThe Craftsman ;|tMcDonogh Day in New Orleans /|rMarcus B. Christian --|tNocturne Varial ;|tDream Song ;|tTransformation /|rLewis Alexander --|tThe Elevator Man Adheres to Form ;|tBest Loved of Africa ;|tDance of the Abakweta /|rMargaret Danner --|tAfter Winter ;|tOld Lem ;|tForeclosure ;|tRemembering Nat Turner ;|tSister Lou /|rSterling A. Brown --|tThe Mask ;|tSolace ;|tJoy ;|tInterim /|rClarissa Scott Delany.
505 00|tI, Too, Sing America ;|tDream Variation ;|tThe Weary Blues ;|tMother to Son ;|tThe Negro Speaks of Rivers ;|tPersonal ;|tHavana Deams ;|tHarlem Sweeties ;|tMerry-Go-Round ;|tLet America Be America Again ;|tI Thought It Was Tangiers I Wanted ;|tSong for a Suicide ;|tHarlem ;|tBirmingham Sunday ;|tMotto ;|tCultural Exchange /|rLangston Hughes --|tSonnets ;|tLines Written At the Grave of Aleandre Dumas /|rGwendolyn B. Bennett --|tA Black Man Talks of Reaping ;|tMiracles ;|tNocturne at Bethesda ;|tSouthern Mansion ;|tLength of Moon ;|tThe Return ;|tIdolatry ;|tClose Your Eyes! ;|tGolgotha Is a Mountain ;|tA Note of Humility ;|tThe Daybreakers ;|tNocturne of the wharves ;|tGod Give to Men /|rArna Bontemps --|tEpitaph for a Bigot ;|tGreen Valley /|rDorothy Vena Johnson --|tFor a Poet ;|tThe Wise ;|tFor a Lady I Know ;|tIncident ;|tYet Do I Marvel ;|tYouth Sings a Song of Rosebuds ;|tFrom the Dark Tower /|rCountee Cullen --|tThe Resurrection ;|tMy Angel ;|tAnd One Shall Live in Two ;|tMuse in Late November ;|tShe Said ... /|rJonathan Henderson Brooks --|tPoet ;|rPrescience ;|tHaven ;|tAppoggiatura ;|tBenedicion /|rDonald Jeffery Hayes --|tFour Glimpses of Night ;|tI Sing No New Songs ;|tRobert Whitmore ;|tFlowers of Darkness /|rFrank Marshall Davis --|tNorthboun̕ /|rLucy Ariel Williams Holloway --|tForgotten Dreams ;|tOn the Death of a Child /|rEdward Silvera --|tSummer Matures ;|tFulfillment ;|tMagalu ;|tRemember Not ;|tInvocation ;|tThe Road /|rHelene Johnson --|tFace of Poverty /|rLucy Smith --|tUrgency /|rSarah E. Wright --|tAdjuration ;|tTumult /|rCharles Enoch Wheeler --|tPlans ;|tA Young David; Birmingham ;|tWords /|rHelen Morgan Brooks --|tWithout Name /|rPauli Murray --|tHeart of the Woods /|rWesley Curtright --|tFreedom in Mah Soul ;|tWestern Town /|rDavid Wadsworth Cannon, Jr. --|tA Boy's Need ;|tCrossing a Creek ;|tWillow Bend and Weep ;|tOn Calvary's Lonely Hill /|rHerbert Clark Johnson --|tThe Letter /|rBeatrice M. Murphy --|tO Daedalus, Fly Away Home ;|tHomage to the Empress of the Blues ;|tA Ballad of Remembrance ;|tRunagate Runagate ;|tFrederick Douglass /|rRobert E. Hayden --|tCreole Girl /|rLeslie Morgan Collins --|tSix O'Clock ;|tRag Doll and Summer Birds ;|tCounterpoint ;|tEpitaph for a Negro Woman ;|tThe Decision ;|tPoem for My Brother Kenneth /|rOwen Dodson --|tMemorial Wreath ;|tLegacy: My South /|rDudley Randall --|tWhere Have You Gone? ... ;|tIf There Be Sorrow /|rMari Evans.
505 00|tMolly Means ;|tWe Have Been Believers ;|tFor My People ;|tOctober Journey ;|tHarriet Tubman ;|tFor Mary McLeod Bethune /|rMargaret Walker --|tThis Hour /|rOliver LaGrone --|tBe Daedalus /|rNanina Alba --|tUltimate Equality ;|tBasic /|rRay Durem --|tThe Fishes and the Poet's Hands /|rFrank Yerby --|tKitchenette Building ;|tThe Birth in a Narrow Room ;|t"pygmies are pygmies still, though percht on Alps" ;|tFirst Fight. Then Fiddle ;|tThe Wall /|rGwendolyn Brooks --|tHere and Now /|rCatharine Cater --|tPrayer ;|tAnother Day /|rIsabella Maria Brown --|tTo Satch ;|tWhat Bright Pushbutton? /|rSamuel Allen --|tTo an Avenue Sport /|rHelen Johnson Collins --|tBlues for Bessie ;|tTwo Leaqn Cats ... ;|tYoung Poet ;|tSunset Horn /|rMyron O'Higgins --|tJourney to a Parallel ;|tThe African Affair /|rBruce McM. Wright --|tPortrait Philippines ;|tSonnet /|rAlfred A. Duckett --|tTime and Tide /|rHazel Washington LaMarre --|tSong ;|tNotes for a Movie Script ;|tLetter Across Doubt and Distance ;|tAnd on This Shore --|tPicnic: The Liberated /|rM. Carl Holman --|tPaternal ;|tMae's Rent Party /|rErnest J. Wilson, Jr. --|tA Folding and Unfolding /|rWelton Smith --|tChurch Burning: Mississippi ;|tBlack Muslim Boy in a Hospital ;|tSon|rJames A. Emanuel --|tTo a Brown Girl /|rOssie Davis --|tRefugee ;|tMidway ;|tMortality /|rNaomi Long Madgett --|tA Private Letter to Brazil ;|tThe Map /|rG.C. Oden --|tClubwoman ;|tJungle /|rMary Carter Smith --|tIn Spite of All This Much Needed Thunder /|rZack Gilbert --|tChristophe /|rRussell Atkins --|tFor William Edward Burghardt DuBois on his Eightieth Birthday /|rBette Darcie Latimer --|tBlack Man's Feast /|rSarah Webster Fabio --|tJazz /|rFrank London Brown --|tMiles' Delight /|rTed Joans --|tI've Got a Home in that Rock /|rRaymond Patterson --|tThree Kings /|rJames P. Vaughn --|tTo Vanity /|rDarwin T. Turner --|tDream /|rSolomon Edwards --|tMadhouse /|rCalvin C. Hernton --|tFour Sheets to the Wind and a One-way Ticket to France /|rConrad Kent Rivers --|tPreface to a Twenty Volume Suicide Note ;|tEpistrophe /|rLeRoi Jones --|tSuburbia /|rMaurice Martinez --|tAfterwards, They Shall Dance ;|tCincophrenicpoet ;|tBenediction /|rBob Kaufman --|tLetter from a Wife /|rS. Carolyn Reese --|tA Juju of My Own /|rLebert Bethune --|tThe Feral Pioneers-for Dancer /|rIshmael Reed --|tPoems; Birmingham 1962-1964 ;|tMoths ;|tBirmingham ;|tAlabama /|rJulia Fields --|tCities and Seas ;|tEnding /|rNorman Jordan --|tFloodtide ;|rAskia Muhammad Touré --|tOthello Jones dresses for dinner ;|t18,000 feet ;|teclipse /|rEd Roberson --|tJust Making it (Blood for Sale) ;|tThe Worker /|rRichard Thomas --|tLook at That Gal /|rJulian Bond --|tGift /|rCarol Freeman --|tBrainwashing Dramatized /|rDon Johnson --|tSketches of Harlem ;|tDowntown-Boy Uptown /|rDavid Henderson --|tMemorandum /|rRudy Bee Graham.
505 00|gII.|tTributary poems by non-Negroes --|tThe Little Black Boy /|rWilliam Blake --|tTo Toussaint L'Ouverture /|rWilliam Wordsworth --|tThe Runaway Slave at Pilgrim's Point /|rElizabeth Barrett Browning --|tThe Slave's Dream /|rHenry Wadsworth Longfellow --|tThe Farewell /|rJohn Greenleaf Whittier --|tStanzas on Freedom /|rJames Russell Lowell --|t"Formerly a Slave" /|rHerman Melville --|tThe Runaway Slave ;|tThe Wounded Person ;|tThe Drayman ;|tEthiopia Saluting the Colors /|rWalt Whitman --|tToussaint L'Ouverture /|rEdwin Arlington Robinson --|tThe Bird and the Tree /|rRidgely Torrence --|tMammy Hums ;|tJazz Fantasia /|rCarl Sandburg --|tThe Congo /|rVachel Lindsay --|tDefeat /|rWitter Bynner --|tEchoes of Childhood ;|tUncle Jim ;|tDelphy /|rAlice Corbin --|tHow Old Brown Took Harpers Ferry /|rEdmund Clarence Stedman --|tPorgy, Maria, and Bess /|rDuBose Heyward --|tThe Stong Swimmer /|rWilliam Rose Benét --|tElegy on a Nordic White Protestant /|rJohn Gould Fletcher --|tArthur Mitchell /|rMarianne Moore --|tUpstairs Downstairs /|rHervey Allen --|tNegroes ;|tLynched Negro ;|tPoem to Negro and Whites /|rMaxwell Bodenheim --|tSmall Colored Boy in the Subway /|rBabette Deutsch --|tLittle White Schoolhouse Blues /|rFlorence Becker Lennon --|tThe World Looks On /|rLouis Newman --|tCreed /|rWalter Lowenfels --|tJohn Brown's Prayer /|rStephen Vincent Benét --|tSonnets at Christmas (II) /|rAllen Tate --|tLast Impression of New York ;|tIn War ;|tBig Man ;|tPico Della Mirandola ;|tThings of the Spirit ;|tPen Hy Cane /|rMason Jordon Mason --|tA Communication to Nancy Cunard /|rKay Boyle --|tThey Are Ours /|rA.B. Magil --|tBoogie-Woogie Ballads /|rSt. Clair McKelway --|tStreet Scene -- 1946 /|rKenneth Porter --|tSlave Story /|rHodding Carter --|tNorris Dam ;|tDaphne ;|tOn a Picture by Pippin, Called "The Den" ;|tHarpers Ferry /|rSelden Rodman --|tSinging in the Dark /|rIrma Wassall --|tMy South /|rDon West --|tNegro Spiritual /|rPerient Trott --|tSongs for a Colored Singer /|rElizabeth Bishop --|tGovernment Injunction /|rJosephine Miles --|tNice Day for a Lynching /|rKenneth Patchen --|tLenox Avenue ;|tThe Castle /|rSidney Alexander --|tThe Trial /|rMuriel Rukeyser --|tRecapitulations XI ;|tThe Southerner /|rKarl Shapiro --|tSay Good-bye to Big Daddy /|rRandall Jarrell --|tTo a Negro Boy Graduating ;|tCountee Cullen /|rEugene T. Maleska --|tBim Bam /|rDorothy Rosenberg --|tJuncture /|rRea Lubar Duncan --|tRecessional for the Class of 1959 of a School for Delinquent Negro Girls /|rJoseph R. Cowen --|tBuckdancer's Choice /|rJames Dickey --|tOde: Salute to the French Negro Poets /|rFrank O'Hara --|tRequiem for "Bird" Parker /|rGregory Corso --|tThe Memory of Boxer Benny (Kid) Paret /|rFrank Lima|tBiographical notes|tAuthor Biographies|tAuthor index|tFirst line index.
520 |aFor other editions, see Author Catalog.
530 |aAlso issued online.
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590 |aOCLC|bWorldCat Holdings
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776 08|iOnline version:|tPoetry of the Negro, 1746-1970.|b[Rev. and updated ed.].|dGarden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1970|w(OCoLC)569153565
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