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Double-take : a revisionist Harlem Renaissance anthology /

edited by Venetria K. Patton and Maureen Honey.

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Names: Patton, Venetria K., | Honey, Maureen,
Published: New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, c2001.
Topics: American literature - African American authors. | American literature - New York (State) - New York. | African Americans - Literary collections. | American literature - 20th century. | African American arts. | Harlem Renaissance. | Anthologie. | Harlem renaissance.
Regions: Harlem (New York, N.Y.) - Intellectual life.
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245 00|aDouble-take :|ba revisionist Harlem Renaissance anthology /|cedited by Venetria K. Patton and Maureen Honey.
260 |aNew Brunswick, N.J. :|bRutgers University Press,|cc2001.
300 |axliv, 619 p. :|bill. ;|c27 cm.
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 611-613) and indexes.
505 00|gEssays.|tThe new Negro /|rAlain Locke --|tThe new Negro : what is he? /|rA. Philip Randolph and Chandler Owen --|tThe Negro in American literature /|rWilliam Stanley Braithwaite --|tClosed doors : a study in segregation /|rRuth Whitehead Whaley --|tHarlem : the culture capital /|rJames Weldon Johnson --|tA point of view : an opportunity dinner reaction /|rBrenda Ray Moryck --|tThe Negro-art hokum /|rGeorge S. Schuyler --|tThe Negro artists and the racial mountain /|rLangston Hughes --|tOn Langston Hughes : I am a Negro, and beautiful /|rAmy Jacques Garvey --|tCriteria of Negro art /|rW.E.B. Du Bois --|tBlueprint for Negro writing /|rRichard Wright --|tCharacteristics of Negro expression /|rZora Neale Hurston --|tImpressions of the second Pan-African Congress /|rJessie Redmon Fauset --|tAfrica for the Africans /|rMarcus Garvey --|tGift of the black tropics /|rW.A. Domingo --|tThe Caucasian storms Harlem /|rRudolph Fisher --|tThe task of Negro womanhood /|rElise Johnson McDougald --|tOn being young : a women and colored /|rMarita O. Bonner --|tWoman's most serious problem /|rAlice Dunbar-Nelson --|tProblems facing Negro young women /|rMarion Vera Cuthbert --|tThe legacy of the ancestral arts /|rAlain Locke --|tJazz at home /|rJoel A. Rogers --|tThe American Negro paints /|rGwendolyn B. Bennett.
505 00|gCreative writing.|tThe creation ;|tMother night ;|tThe white witch ;|tMy city /|rJames Weldon Johnson --|tViolets ;|tYou! Inez! ;|tI sit and sew ;|tThe proletariat speaks ;|tHis great career /|rAlice Dunbar-Nelson --|tThe heart of a woman ;|tMotherhood ;|tThe octoroon ;|tEscape ;|tThe black runner ;|tWishes ;|tI want to die while you love me ;|tTramp love ;|tPlumes : a folk tragedy /|rGeorgia Douglas Johnson --|tEl beso ;|tThe black finger ;|tThe want of you ;|tDusk ;|tA Mona Lisa ;|tTenebris ;|tGoldie ;|tRachel /|rAngelina Weld Grimké --|tWhite things ;|tLady, lady ;|tLetter to my sister ;|tGrapes : still-life ;|tBlack man o'mine /|rAnne Spencer --|tOriflamme ;|tHere's April! ;|tWords! Words! ;|tTouché ;|tLa vie c'est la vie ;|tMary Elizabeth /|rJessie Redmon Fauset --|tThe bronze legacy (To a brown boy) ;|tExodus ;|tThe birds in the cage ;|tThe quilt /|rEffie Lee Newsome (aka Mary Effie Lee) --|tRequiem ;|tIn Haiti is riot of color ;|tFog ;|t'Cruiter /|rJohn F. Matheus --|tThe banjo player ;|tThe scarlet woman ;|tTired /|rFenton Johnson --|tThe Harlem dancer ;|tIf we must die ;|tAfrica ;|tAmerica ;|tBaptism ;|tHarlem shadows ;|tTo O.E.A. ;|tLike a strong tree ;|tThe tropics in New York ;|tMattie and her sweetman /|rClaude McKay --|tThe chip woman's fortune ;|tThe flight of the natives /|rWillis Richardson --|tWash day ;|tDefinition ;|tBlack baby ;|tBlack faces ;|tNegro laughter ;|tTwo old women a-shopping go! : a story of man, marriage, and poverty /|rAnita Scott Coleman --|tPassion ;|tSpunk ;|tSweat ;|tColor struck /|rZora Neale Hurston --|tSanctuary /|rNella Larsen --|tUndertow /|rEulalie Spence --|tSong of the son ;|tGeorgia dusk ;|tPortrait in Georgia ;|tBlood-burning moon /|rJean Toomer --|tAnd what shall you say? ;|tIs it because I am black ? ;|tSonnet to Negro soldiers ;|tRain music ;|tOn the fields of France /|rJoseph Seamon Cotter, Jr. --|tThe city of refuge ;|tMiss Cynthie /|rRudolph Fisher --|tThe voodoo's revenge /|rEric Walrond --|tRiding the goat /|rMay Miller --|tOne boy's story ;|tThe pot maker /|rMarita O. Bonner --|tMa Rainey ;|tSam Smiley ;|tSouthern road ;|tStrong men /|rSterling A. Brown --|tThe Negro speaks of rivers ;|tDanse africaine ;|tJazzonia ;|tSong to a Negro wash-woman ;|tDream variation ;|tDesire ;|tPoem [2] ;|tThe weary blues ;|tTo midnight Nan at Leroy's ;|tLullaby ;|tListen here blues ;|tBound no'th blues ;|tSong for a dark girl ;|tThe blues I'm playing ;|tMulatto : a tragedy of the deep South /|rLangston Hughes --|tHeritage ;|tTo a dark girl ;|tHatred ;|tAdvice ;|tFantasy ;|tWedding day ;|tTokens /|rGwendolyn B. Bennett --|tThe last citadel ;|tGod's edict ;|tCordelia the crude ;|tEmma Lou /|rWallace Thurman --|tGolgotha is a mountain ;|tLength of moon ;|tNocturne at Bethesda ;|tA black man talks of reaping ;|tGod give to men ;|tThe return ;|tA summer tragedy /|rArna Bontemps --|tHeritage ;|tSacrament ;|tTableau ;|tYet do I marvel ;|tFrom the dark tower ;|tColored blues singer ;|tTo certain critics ;|tLittle sonnet to little friends /|rCountee Cullen --|tRainy season love song ;|tThe serving girl ;|tLullaby ;|tThe palm wine seller /|rGladys May Casely Hayford (aka Aquah Laluah) --|tNo images ;|tDust ;|tThe radical /|r(William) Waring Cuney --|tShadow ;|tSahdji ;|tSmoke, lilies, and jade! ;|tSahdji, an African ballet /|rRichard Bruce Nugent (aka Richard Bruce) --|tThe typewriter ;|tThe black dress /|rDorothy West --|tMy race ;|tMagalu ;|tThe road ;|tMother ;|tBottled ;|tPoem ;|tSonnet to a Negro in Harlem /|rHelene Johnson --|tDusk ;|tHeritage ;|tInsatiate ;|tPoem--for a lover /|rMae V. Cowdery.
650 0|aAmerican literature|xAfrican American authors.
650 0|aAmerican literature|zNew York (State)|zNew York.
650 0|aAfrican Americans|vLiterary collections.
650 0|aAmerican literature|y20th century.
650 0|aAfrican American arts.
650 0|aHarlem Renaissance.
650 07|aAnthologie.|2swd
650 07|aHarlem renaissance.|2swd
651 0|aHarlem (New York, N.Y.)|xIntellectual life.
700 1 |aPatton, Venetria K.,|d1968-
700 1 |aHoney, Maureen,|d1945-
776 08|iOnline version:|tDouble-take.|dNew Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, c2001|w(OCoLC)606744014
856 41|3Table of contents|uhttp://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/toc/fy022/00045897.html

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