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Harlem's glory : Black women writing, 1900-1950 /

edited by Lorraine Elena Roses, Ruth Elizabeth Randolph.

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Names: Roses, Lorraine Elena, | Randolph, Ruth Elizabeth.
Published: Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1996.
Topics: American literature - African American authors. | African American women - Literary collections. | African Americans - Literary collections. | American literature - Women authors. | American literature - 20th century. | Harlem Renaissance. | Amerikaans. | Letterkunde. | Vrouwelijke auteurs. | Negers. | Harlem Renaissance. | Littérature américaine - Auteurs noirs américains. | Noires américaines - Anthologies. | Noirs américains - Anthologies. | Littérature américaine - 20e siècle - Anthologies. | Harlem Renaissance. | Écrits de femmes américains. | Anthologie. | Harlem renaissance. | Literatur. | Schriftstellerin.
Regions: Schwarze. | USA.
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Black and white tangled threads. Sanctuary / Nella Larsen -- Two gentlemen of Boston / Florida Ruffin Ridley -- Little heads : a one-act play of Negro life / Alvira Hazzard -- My two grandmothers / Aloise Barbour Epperson -- Flower of the south / Gertrude Schalk -- Masks, a story / Eloise Bibb Thompson -- The man who passed : a play in one act / Regina M. Andrews -- Why, how, when and where black becomes white / Mary Church Terrell -- from Black and white tangled threads / Zara Wright.
Dreaming in color. Belated romance / Florence Marion Harmon -- The pink hat / Caroline Bond Day -- Hope deferred / Alice Dunbar-Nelson -- Lai-li / Mae V. Cowdery -- Little Cornish, the "blue boy" / Effie Lee Newsome -- The noose / Octavia B. Wynbush -- If wishes were horses ; Subversion / Edythe Mae Gordon.
Native daughter. To a wild rose / Ottie B. Graham -- The Zulu King : New Orleans (at Mardi Gras) ; Negro folk songs / Josephine Copeland -- Preface : other Bostonians / Florida Ruffin Ridley -- Nativity ; A poem ; The palm wine seller ; Rainy season love song / Gladys Casely Hayford -- Is it not enough ; Negroid things ; Are we different? / Ida Rowland -- The family of Nat Turner, 1831-1954 / Lucy Mae Turner -- Where the west begins, from American daughter / Era Bell Thompson -- from The Negro trailblazers of California / Delilah Leontium Beasley -- Native daughter : an indictment of white America by a colored woman / Ellen Tarry.
Longings. Calling dreams ; Question ; My son ; Armageddon ; Interim ; Ivy ; I wonder ; Afterglow / Georgia Douglas Johnson -- Love's way : a Christmas story / Carrie W. Clifford -- Joy ; The mask ; Interim ; Solace / Clarissa Scott Delany -- Noblesse oblige ; Dead fires ; Oblivion ; La vie c'est la vie ; Words! Words! / Jessie Fauset -- The eternal quest / Anita Scott Coleman -- In '61 ; Longing ; Sunset ; Long remembering / Ethel Caution Davis -- Longings / Nellie R. Bright.
Spunk. Early days in Cleveland, from A nickel and a prayer / Jane Edna Hunter -- The Negro today / Marion Vera Cuthbert -- A talk on evolution / Mercedes Gilbert -- The Equal Rights League, from Crusade for Justice / Ida B. Wells-Barnett -- To the oppressors ; Mr. Roosevelt regrets / Pauli Murray -- from Tales my father told and other stories / Hallie Quinn Brown -- Spunk / Zora Neale Hurston.
My great, wide, beautiful world. Black / Nellie R. Bright -- from African journey / Eslanda Goode Robeson -- Wedding day / Gwendolyn B. Bennett -- Letters / Idabelle Yeiser -- Twenty-seventh day, from Journey to Accompong / Katherine Dunham -- Why / Brenda Ray Moryck -- from My great, wide, beautiful world / Juanita V. Harrison.
Harlem's glory : a woman's view. The corner / Eunice Hunton Carter -- The double task : the struggle of Negro women for sex and race emancipation / Elise Johnson McDougald -- Story in Harlem slang : Jelly's tale / Zora Neale Hurston -- from "The ebony flute" / Gwendolyn B. Bennett -- My race ; Metamorphism ; Bottled / Helene Johnson -- Tar / Shirley Graham -- Solo on the drums / Ann Petry -- Part of the pack : another view of night life in Harlem / Hazel V. Campbell.
In the looking glass. Memory of a "Jim Crow" car ; My temple ; To one who would be great ; His life and mine / Ariel Williams Holloway -- Problems facing Negro young women / Marion Vera Cuthbert -- Mammy / Dorothy West -- 'Bidin' place / May Miller -- Since 1619 ; Lineage ; People of unrest ; We have been believers / Margaret Walker -- Black death / Zora Neale Hurston -- Letter to my sister ; At the carnival ; Lady, lady ; Black man 'o mine ; White things ; The wife-woman / Anne Spencer -- Freedom ; A Negro in a dime store ; Heard on an Atlantic City bridge / Aloise Barbour Epperson.
Crisis. One true love ; And I passed by / Marita Bonner -- The women of the white strain / Elise Johnson McDougald -- The handicapped / Angelina Weld Grimké -- Flag salute ; Blasphemy--American style ; October prayer / Esther Popel -- Mob madness / Marion Vera Cuthbert -- Slackened caprice / Ottie B. Graham -- He must think it out / Florida Ruffin Ridley.
The offering. One blue star / May Miller -- The five dollar bill / Dorothy West -- The tie that used to bind : a mid-Victorian Negro marriage / Anna J. Cooper -- The return of a modern prodigal / Octavia B. Wynbush -- A blossom in an alley ; The torch bearer ; The offering / Sarah Collins Fernandis.
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