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The new Negro : readings on race, representation, and African American culture, 1892-1938, edited by Henry Louis Gates Jr. and Gene Andrew Jarrett

Label
The new Negro : readings on race, representation, and African American culture, 1892-1938
Title
The new Negro
Title remainder
readings on race, representation, and African American culture, 1892-1938
Statement of responsibility
edited by Henry Louis Gates Jr. and Gene Andrew Jarrett
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
973/.0496073
Index
index present
LC call number
PS153.N5
LC item number
N49 2007
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1975-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Gates, Henry Louis
  • Jarrett, Gene Andrew
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  • American literature
  • United States
  • United States
  • African Americans
  • African Americans in literature
Label
The new Negro : readings on race, representation, and African American culture, 1892-1938, edited by Henry Louis Gates Jr. and Gene Andrew Jarrett
Link
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 559-565) and index
Contents
  • The Trope of a New Negro -- New Negro Politics -- New Negro Uplift -- Race, Representation, and African American Culture -- THE NEW NEGRO "The New Negro" by Rev. W.E.C. Wright -- "An Appeal to the King" by J.W.E. Bowen -- "Afro-American Education" by Booker T. Washington -- "Heroes and Martyrs" by N.B. Wood -- "The Club Movement among Colored Women of America" by Fannie Barrier Williams -- "The Intellectual Progress of the Colored Women of the United States since the Emancipation Proclamation" -- "Rough Sketches: A Study of the Features of the New Negro Woman" by by John Henry Adams, Jr. -- "Rough Sketches: The New Negro Man" -- "An Ostracised Race in Ferment: The Conflict of Negro Parties and Negro Leaders Over Methods of Dealing with Their Own Problem" by Ray Stannard Baker -- "The New Negro" by William Pickens -- "Returning Soldiers" by W.E.B. Du Bois -- "The New Negro and the U.N.I.A." by Marcus Garvey -- As to "`The New Negro'" by Anonymous -- "The New Negro" by Geroid Robinson -- "The New Politics" by Hubert H. Harrison -- "Education and the Race" -- "The New Negro" by Alain Locke -- "Sterling Brown: The New Negro Folk-Poet" -- "The New Negro Hokum" by Gustavus Adolphus Stewart -- "Who Is the New Negro, and Why?" by J.A. Rogers -- "The New Negro as Revealed in His Poetry" by Charlotte E. Taussig -- "La Bourgeoisie Noire" E. Franklin Frazier -- "The New Negro in Paris" by Claude McKay -- "The Rise of the Black Internationale" by George S. Schuyler -- HOW SHOULD ART PORTRAY THE NEGRO? "One Phase of American Literature" by Anna Julia Cooper -- ["Negro in Literature"] by Paul Laurence Dunbar -- "The Negro in Books" by Charles W. Chesnutt -- "The Negro in Literature" by William Stanley Braithwaite -- "The Negro in Art: How Shall He Be Portrayed" The Crisis Symposium -- "Some Aspects of the Negro Interpreted in Contemporary American and European Literature" by John Frederick Matheus -- "The Negro in Recent American Literature" by Eugene Clay -- THE RENAISSANCE -- The Younger Literary Movement" by W.E.B. Du Bois -- "Negro Youth Speaks" by Alain Locke -- "Uncle Tom's Mansion" by Carl van Vechten -- "The Aframerican: New Style" by H.L. Mencken -- "The Negro Renaissance" by Carl van Doren -- "The Negro Renaissance" by Walter White -- "The Negro Literary Renaissance" by Benjamin Brawley -- "The Negro'Renaissance'" by Lloyd Morris -- "The Negro Renaissance" by Martha Gruening -- "Our Negro'Intellectuals'" by Allison Davis -- "For a Negro Magazine" by Claude McKay -- ART OR PROPAGANDA? "Art and Propaganda" by Eric Walrond -- "Propaganda in the Theatre" by Willis Richardson -- "Criteria of Negro Art" by W.E.B. du Bois -- "Art or Propaganda?" by Alain Locke -- "Propaganda--or Poetry?" -- "Blueprint for Negro Writing" by Richard Wright --
  • LITERATURE: HISTORY AND THEORY "Afro-American Women and Their Work" by Katherine Tillman -- "The Value of Race Literature" by Victoria Earle Matthews -- "The Writing of a Novel" by Charles W. Chesnutt -- "The Negro in Literature and Art" by W.E.B. du Bois -- "Negro Literature for Negro Pupils" by Alice Dunbar-Nelson -- "Negro Race Consciousness as Reflected in Race Literature" by Robert E. Park -- "Colored Authors and Their Contributions to the World's Literature" by Irene M. Gaines -- "A Point of View (An Opportunity Dinner Reaction)" by Brenda Ray Moryck -- "The Negro Digs Up His Past" by Arthur A. Schomburg -- "A Note on the Sociology of Negro Literature" by Fred Dearmond -- "Negro Art, Past and Present" by Albert C. Barnes -- "Survey of Negro Literature, 1760-1926" by Thomas L.G. Oxley -- "Race Prejudice and the Negro Artist" by James Weldon Johnson -- "Negro Literature" by Walter White -- "Characteristics of Negro Expression" by Zora Neale Hurston -- "The Negro Genius" by Benjamin Brawley -- LITERATURE:THE LITERARY PROFESSION AND THE MARKETPLACE "On a Certain Condescension in White Publishers" by Hubert H. Harrison -- "The Negro Audience" by Willis Richardson -- "Negro Authors Must Eat" by George W. Jacobs (George S. Schuyler) -- "The Dilemma of the Negro Author" by James Weldon Johnson -- "Negro Authors and White Publishers" -- "Our Literary Audience" by Sterling A. Brown -- "A Negro Writer to His Critics" by Claude McKay -- "Problems Facing the Negro Writer Today" by Eugene C. Holmes -- LITERATURE: POETRY "Some Contemporary Poets of the Negro Race" by William Stanley Braithwaite -- "Dunbar's Poetry in Literary English" by Charles Eaton Burch --"The Negro in Poetry" by John Edward Bruce -- "Old School of Negro'Critics'Hard on Paul Laurence Dunbar" by Thomas Millard Henry -- "Negro Poets and Their Poetry" by Wallace Thurman -- "The Negro Poets of the United States" by Alain Locke -- "Mr. Garvey as a Poet" by T. Thomas Fortune -- "Preface (from The Book of American Negro Poetry)" by James Weldon Johnson -- MUSIC:SPIRITUALS "Negro Music" by Paul Laurence Dunbar -- "The Sorrow Songs" by W.E.B. du Bois -- "Negro Folk Song" by John W. Work -- "The Negro Spirituals" by Alain Locke -- "The Negro Spirituals and American Art" by Laurence Buermeyer -- "Self-Portraiture and Social Criticism in Negro Folk-Song" by B.A. Botkin -- "Spirituals and Neo-Spirituals" by Zora Neale Hurston -- MUSIC: JAZZ "Whence Comes Jass?" by Walter Kingsley -- "That Mysterious'Jazz'" by Grenville Vernon -- "Jazzing Away Prejudice" by Anonymous -- "Where The Etude Stands on Jazz" -- "Jazz at Home" by J.A. Rogers -- "From The Appeal of Jazz" by R.W.S. Mendl -- "Hot Jazz" by Robert Goffin -- "From Swing That Music" by Louis Armstrong -- THEATER "The Negro in Drama" by Rollin Lynde Hartt -- "Reflections on O'Neill's Plays" by Paul Robeson -- "The Drama of Negro Life" by Montgomery Gregory -- "The Gift of Laughter" by Jessie Fauset -- "Same Old Blues" by Theophilus Lewis -- "The Drama of Negro Life" by Alain Locke -- "The Negro in the Field of Drama" by Rowena Woodham Jelliffe -- "Has the Negro a Place in the Theatre?" by Jules Bledsoe -- "A Criticism of the Negro Drama as It Relates to the Negro Dramatist and Artist" by Eulalie Spence --
  • "From Black Manhattan" by James Weldon Johnson -- "The Negro Theatre--A Dodo Bird" by Ralph Matthews -- THE FINE ARTS "A Note on African Art" -- "The American Negro as Artist" -- "African Art: Classic Style" by Alain Locke -- "Henry Ossawa Tanner" by Jessie Fauset -- "African Plastic in Contemporary Art" by Harry Alan Potamkin -- "The Negro Artist and Modern Art" by Romare Bearden
Control code
ocm77476415
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xii, 591 p.
Isbn
9780691126517
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2006052876
System control number
(OCoLC)77476415
Label
The new Negro : readings on race, representation, and African American culture, 1892-1938, edited by Henry Louis Gates Jr. and Gene Andrew Jarrett
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 559-565) and index
Contents
  • The Trope of a New Negro -- New Negro Politics -- New Negro Uplift -- Race, Representation, and African American Culture -- THE NEW NEGRO "The New Negro" by Rev. W.E.C. Wright -- "An Appeal to the King" by J.W.E. Bowen -- "Afro-American Education" by Booker T. Washington -- "Heroes and Martyrs" by N.B. Wood -- "The Club Movement among Colored Women of America" by Fannie Barrier Williams -- "The Intellectual Progress of the Colored Women of the United States since the Emancipation Proclamation" -- "Rough Sketches: A Study of the Features of the New Negro Woman" by by John Henry Adams, Jr. -- "Rough Sketches: The New Negro Man" -- "An Ostracised Race in Ferment: The Conflict of Negro Parties and Negro Leaders Over Methods of Dealing with Their Own Problem" by Ray Stannard Baker -- "The New Negro" by William Pickens -- "Returning Soldiers" by W.E.B. Du Bois -- "The New Negro and the U.N.I.A." by Marcus Garvey -- As to "`The New Negro'" by Anonymous -- "The New Negro" by Geroid Robinson -- "The New Politics" by Hubert H. Harrison -- "Education and the Race" -- "The New Negro" by Alain Locke -- "Sterling Brown: The New Negro Folk-Poet" -- "The New Negro Hokum" by Gustavus Adolphus Stewart -- "Who Is the New Negro, and Why?" by J.A. Rogers -- "The New Negro as Revealed in His Poetry" by Charlotte E. Taussig -- "La Bourgeoisie Noire" E. Franklin Frazier -- "The New Negro in Paris" by Claude McKay -- "The Rise of the Black Internationale" by George S. Schuyler -- HOW SHOULD ART PORTRAY THE NEGRO? "One Phase of American Literature" by Anna Julia Cooper -- ["Negro in Literature"] by Paul Laurence Dunbar -- "The Negro in Books" by Charles W. Chesnutt -- "The Negro in Literature" by William Stanley Braithwaite -- "The Negro in Art: How Shall He Be Portrayed" The Crisis Symposium -- "Some Aspects of the Negro Interpreted in Contemporary American and European Literature" by John Frederick Matheus -- "The Negro in Recent American Literature" by Eugene Clay -- THE RENAISSANCE -- The Younger Literary Movement" by W.E.B. Du Bois -- "Negro Youth Speaks" by Alain Locke -- "Uncle Tom's Mansion" by Carl van Vechten -- "The Aframerican: New Style" by H.L. Mencken -- "The Negro Renaissance" by Carl van Doren -- "The Negro Renaissance" by Walter White -- "The Negro Literary Renaissance" by Benjamin Brawley -- "The Negro'Renaissance'" by Lloyd Morris -- "The Negro Renaissance" by Martha Gruening -- "Our Negro'Intellectuals'" by Allison Davis -- "For a Negro Magazine" by Claude McKay -- ART OR PROPAGANDA? "Art and Propaganda" by Eric Walrond -- "Propaganda in the Theatre" by Willis Richardson -- "Criteria of Negro Art" by W.E.B. du Bois -- "Art or Propaganda?" by Alain Locke -- "Propaganda--or Poetry?" -- "Blueprint for Negro Writing" by Richard Wright --
  • LITERATURE: HISTORY AND THEORY "Afro-American Women and Their Work" by Katherine Tillman -- "The Value of Race Literature" by Victoria Earle Matthews -- "The Writing of a Novel" by Charles W. Chesnutt -- "The Negro in Literature and Art" by W.E.B. du Bois -- "Negro Literature for Negro Pupils" by Alice Dunbar-Nelson -- "Negro Race Consciousness as Reflected in Race Literature" by Robert E. Park -- "Colored Authors and Their Contributions to the World's Literature" by Irene M. Gaines -- "A Point of View (An Opportunity Dinner Reaction)" by Brenda Ray Moryck -- "The Negro Digs Up His Past" by Arthur A. Schomburg -- "A Note on the Sociology of Negro Literature" by Fred Dearmond -- "Negro Art, Past and Present" by Albert C. Barnes -- "Survey of Negro Literature, 1760-1926" by Thomas L.G. Oxley -- "Race Prejudice and the Negro Artist" by James Weldon Johnson -- "Negro Literature" by Walter White -- "Characteristics of Negro Expression" by Zora Neale Hurston -- "The Negro Genius" by Benjamin Brawley -- LITERATURE:THE LITERARY PROFESSION AND THE MARKETPLACE "On a Certain Condescension in White Publishers" by Hubert H. Harrison -- "The Negro Audience" by Willis Richardson -- "Negro Authors Must Eat" by George W. Jacobs (George S. Schuyler) -- "The Dilemma of the Negro Author" by James Weldon Johnson -- "Negro Authors and White Publishers" -- "Our Literary Audience" by Sterling A. Brown -- "A Negro Writer to His Critics" by Claude McKay -- "Problems Facing the Negro Writer Today" by Eugene C. Holmes -- LITERATURE: POETRY "Some Contemporary Poets of the Negro Race" by William Stanley Braithwaite -- "Dunbar's Poetry in Literary English" by Charles Eaton Burch --"The Negro in Poetry" by John Edward Bruce -- "Old School of Negro'Critics'Hard on Paul Laurence Dunbar" by Thomas Millard Henry -- "Negro Poets and Their Poetry" by Wallace Thurman -- "The Negro Poets of the United States" by Alain Locke -- "Mr. Garvey as a Poet" by T. Thomas Fortune -- "Preface (from The Book of American Negro Poetry)" by James Weldon Johnson -- MUSIC:SPIRITUALS "Negro Music" by Paul Laurence Dunbar -- "The Sorrow Songs" by W.E.B. du Bois -- "Negro Folk Song" by John W. Work -- "The Negro Spirituals" by Alain Locke -- "The Negro Spirituals and American Art" by Laurence Buermeyer -- "Self-Portraiture and Social Criticism in Negro Folk-Song" by B.A. Botkin -- "Spirituals and Neo-Spirituals" by Zora Neale Hurston -- MUSIC: JAZZ "Whence Comes Jass?" by Walter Kingsley -- "That Mysterious'Jazz'" by Grenville Vernon -- "Jazzing Away Prejudice" by Anonymous -- "Where The Etude Stands on Jazz" -- "Jazz at Home" by J.A. Rogers -- "From The Appeal of Jazz" by R.W.S. Mendl -- "Hot Jazz" by Robert Goffin -- "From Swing That Music" by Louis Armstrong -- THEATER "The Negro in Drama" by Rollin Lynde Hartt -- "Reflections on O'Neill's Plays" by Paul Robeson -- "The Drama of Negro Life" by Montgomery Gregory -- "The Gift of Laughter" by Jessie Fauset -- "Same Old Blues" by Theophilus Lewis -- "The Drama of Negro Life" by Alain Locke -- "The Negro in the Field of Drama" by Rowena Woodham Jelliffe -- "Has the Negro a Place in the Theatre?" by Jules Bledsoe -- "A Criticism of the Negro Drama as It Relates to the Negro Dramatist and Artist" by Eulalie Spence --
  • "From Black Manhattan" by James Weldon Johnson -- "The Negro Theatre--A Dodo Bird" by Ralph Matthews -- THE FINE ARTS "A Note on African Art" -- "The American Negro as Artist" -- "African Art: Classic Style" by Alain Locke -- "Henry Ossawa Tanner" by Jessie Fauset -- "African Plastic in Contemporary Art" by Harry Alan Potamkin -- "The Negro Artist and Modern Art" by Romare Bearden
Control code
ocm77476415
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xii, 591 p.
Isbn
9780691126517
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2006052876
System control number
(OCoLC)77476415

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