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  • There is confusion

    OCLC number
    1308443548
    Language
    eng
    Format
    1 volume ; 21 cm
    Subject
    Hell's Kitchen (New York, N.Y.)--Fiction.; Harlem (New York, N.Y.)--Fiction.
  • Anthology of American Negro literature ; American Negro literature

    OCLC number
    1068036
    Publisher
    The Modern Library
    Date
    [©1929]
    Language
    eng
    Format
    xii, 535 pages ; 17 cm
    Subject
    American literature--African American authors.
    Description
    FICTION: Short Story. Fern / Jean Toomer -- The Goophered Grapevine / Charles Waddell Chesnutt -- The Yellow One / Eric Walrond -- Blades of Steel / Rudolph Fisher. -- Novel. The Fire in the Flint / Walter White -- The Dark Princess / W.E.B. Du Bois -- There is Confusion / Jessie Fauset -- The Blacker the Berry / Wallace Thurman -- Quicksand / Nella Larsen -- Home to Harlem / Claude McKay -- Walls of Jericho / Rudolph Fisher.; DRAMA: Plumes / Georgia Douglas Johnson -- Cruiter / Jonathan Matheus.; POETRY: Imagination / Phyllis Wheatley -- Rape of Florida / Albert A. Whitman -- Poem addressed to women / Frances E. Harper -- The progress of liberty / James Madison Bell -- The band of Gideon / Joseph S. Cotter, Jr. -- At the closed gate of justice / James D. Corrothers -- Robert Gould Shaw ; Ode to Ethiopia ; When Malindy sings / Paul Laurence Dunbar -- The new day / Fenton Johnson -- I want to die while you love me / Georgia Douglas Johnson -- For the candle light / Angelina Weld Grimke -- To you who ready my book ; To John Keats, poet, at springtime ; Heritage ; To a brown girl ; To a brown boy ; Tableau ; In memory of Colonel Charles Young / Countee Cullen -- Scintilla / William Stanley Braithwaite -- The creation, a negro sermon / James Weldon Johnson -- Georgia dusk ; Song of the son / Jean Toomer -- If we must die ; The Harlem dancer ; Spring in New Hampshire ; The lynching / Claude McKay -- La vie c'est la vie / Jessie Fauset -- The dark brother / Lewis Alexander -- Nigger, a chant for children / Frank Horne -- To a dark girl / Gwendolyn B. Bennett -- Long gone / Sterling A. Brown -- I, too ; Song for a dark girl ; Mulatto ; Weary blues / Langston Hughes.; SPIRITUALS: Swing Low Sweet Chariot -- Go Down Moses -- All Gods Chillun Got Wings -- Deres No Hidin Place Down Dere -- Deep River.; LABOR SONGS: Work Song -- Water Boy -- Casey Jones -- John Henry -- Rain or Shine.; ESSAYS: Literary. The Negro in American Fiction / Benjamin Brawley -- The Negro in American Culture / Alain Locke -- Negros Gift to American Music / Clarence Cameron White. Historical. The Freedmans Bureau / W.E.B. Du Bois -- The Negro Digs Up His Past / Arthur A. Schomburg -- Sociological. The Negro Migration / Charles S. Johnson -- The Negro and the New Economic Life / Abram L. Harris -- Organized Labor and the Negro / Charles Wesley -- The Disgrace of Democracy / Kelly Miller -- La Bourgeoisie Noire / E. Franklin Frazier -- I Investigate Lynchings / Walter White -- Our Greatest Gift to America / George S. Schuyler -- Fifty Years of Negro Citizenship / Carter G. Woodson -- Dominant Forces in Race Relations / Thomas Dabney.; AUTOBIOGRAPHY: Autobiography / Frederick Douglass -- Up from Slavery / Booker T. Washington -- The Autobiography of an Ex-coloured Man / James Weldon Johnson.
  • There is confusion, by Jessie Redmon Fauset.

    OCLC number
    1250666888
    Publisher
    New York,: Boni and Liveright; Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
    Date
    1924
    Language
    English; eng
    Description
    297 p. 20 cm.; (dlps) ABR7583.0001.001; (lccallno) 828 F266t; http://quod.lib.umich.edu/t/text/accesspolicy.html
  • There is confusion

    OCLC number
    634112303
    Publisher
    Northeastern Univ. Press
    Date
    1990
    Language
    und
    Format
    XXVI, 297 Seiten.
    Description
    2. [print.].
  • The Portable Harlem Renaissance reader ; Harlem Renaissance reader

    OCLC number
    1158799630
    Publisher
    Penguin Books
    Date
    1995
    Language
    eng
    Format
    xlv, 770 pages ; 20 cm.
    Subject
    Harlem Renaissance.; American literature--African American authors.; African Americans--Literary collections.; American literature--New York (State); American literature--20th century.; Harlem Renaissance.; Harlem (New York, N.Y.)--Intellectual life--20th century.
    Description
    kh2018.; Features essays, memoirs, poetry, and fiction from a select group of authors who wrote during the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s.; From its beginnings in 1919, with soldiers returning from the Great War, to its sputtering end in 1934, with the Great Depression, the New Negro Movement in arts and letters proclaimed the experience of African American men and women in reverberating manifestos, poems of exhilerating energy and candor, and in novels, short stories, essays, and plays. This magnificent volume features a wealth of fiction and nonfiction works by 45 writers from the voices of that exuberant era. -- Publisher description.; Part I. Essays and memoirs : -- Returning soldiers / W.E.B. Du Bois -- The migration of the talented Tenth / Carter G. Woodson -- Gift of the Black tropics / W.A. Domingo -- Africa for the Africans ; Liberty Hall Emancipation Day speech / Marcus Garvey -- On Marcus Garvey / Mary White Ovington -- from Black Manhattan / James Weldon Johnson -- The new Negro / Alain Locke -- Jazz at home / Joel A. Rogers -- Reflections on O'Neill's plays / Paul Robeson -- The Negro digs up his past / Arthur A. Schomburg -- The task of Negro womanhood / Elise Johnson McDougald -- from The big sea: When the Negro was in Vogue ; Harlem literati ; Parties ; The Negro artist and the racial mountain / Langston Hughes -- The Negro-art hokum / George S. Schuyler -- Criteria of Negro art / W.E.B. Du Bois -- Critiques of Carl Van Vechten's Nigger heaven / dr Du Bois, J.W. Johnson -- The Caucasian storms Harlem / Rudolph Fisher -- Aaron Douglas chats about the Harlem Renaissance / Aaron Douglas -- Negro art and America / Albert C. Barnes -- The Negro takes his place in American art / Alain Locke -- The Negro artist and modern art / Romare Bearden -- from Dust tracks on a road / Zora Neale Hurston -- from A long way from home : The Harlem intelligentsia ; The new Negro in Paris / Claude McKay -- La Bourgeoisie Noire / E. Franklin Frazier -- With Langston Hughes in the USSR / Louise Thompson Patterson -- Harlem runs wild / Claude McKay -- Blueprint for Negro writing / Richard Wright -- The Negro Renaissance and its significance / Charles S. Johnson.; Part II. Poetry : -- Song ; Hatred / Gwendolyn Bennett -- The Day-breakers ; Golgotha is a mountain / Arna Bontemps -- Southern road ; Odyssey of Big Boy ; Frankie and Johnny ; Ma Rainey ; Long gone ; Georgie Grimes ; Remembering Nat Turner / Sterling Brown -- The young voice cries / Mae Cowdery -- The wayside well / Joseph S. Cotter -- For a lady I Know ; Incident ; Harlem Wine ; Yet Do I Marvel ; Heritage ; From the Dark Tower ; To a Brown Boy ; Tableau ; Saturday's Child ; Two Poets ; To France ; Nothing Endures ; Requiescam / Countee Cullen -- The death bed / Waring Cuney -- La vie c'est la vie ; Dead fires / Jessie Redmon Fauset -- The Negro speaks of rivers ; I, too ; America ; The weary blues ; Jazzonia ; Mother to son ; Negro ; Mulatto ; Elevator boy ; Red silk stockings ; Ruby Brown ; Elderly race leaders ; Dream variation ; Goodbye, Christ ; Advertisement for the Waldorf-Astoria / Langston Hughes -- Children of the sun ; The banjo player / Fenton Johnson -- Let me not lose my dream ; Old black men ; Black woman ; The heart of a woman ; I want to die while you love me / Georgia Douglas Johnson -- My race ; A southern road ; Sonnet to a Negro in Harlem ; Poem / Helene Johnson -- The white witch ; The color sergeant ; O black and unknown bards ; Go down death ; The creation / James Weldon Johnson -- If we must die ; Baptism ; The White House ; The Negro's friend ; On a primitive canoe ; The tropics in New York ; When dawn comes to the city ; The desolate city ; The Harlem dancer ; St. Isaac's Church, Petrograd ; , Barcelona / Claude McKay -- Lady, lady / Anne Spencer -- Song of the son ; Georgia dusk ; The blue meridian / Jean Toomer.; Part III. Fiction -- from The Emperor Jones / Eugene O'Neill -- from Cane : Karintha ; Fern ; Bona and Paul / Jean Toomer -- from Birthright / T.S. Stribling -- from There is confusion ; from Plum bun / Jessie Redmon Fauset -- from The fire in the flint / Walter White -- Wedding day / Gwendolyn Bennett -- from Home to Harlem : Snowstorm in Pittsburgh ; Spring in Harlem ; from Banjo : Banjo's ace of spades ; from Banana bottom / Claude McKay -- from Quicksand ; from Passing / Nella Larsen -- from The closing door / Angelina Weld Grimké -- The typewriter / Dorothy West -- from The dark princess / W.E.B. Du Bois -- from The walls of Jericho / Rudolph Fisher -- from Tropic death : The wharf rats ; The yellow one / Eric Walrond -- Smoke, lillies and jade / Richard Bruce Nugent -- Luani of the jungles ; from Not without laughter : Thursday afternoon ; from The ways of white folks : Father and son ; The blues I'm playing / Langston Hughes -- Cordelia the crude ; Harlem : a forum of Negro life ; from The blacker the berry ; from Infants of the spring / Wallace Thurman -- from Black no more / George Schuyler -- from God sends Sunday ; from Black thunder / Arna Bontemps -- from One way to heaven / Countee Cullen -- Drenched in light ; Color struck ; from Jonah's gourd vine / Zora Neale Hurston -- from Mule-bone / Zora Neale Hurston, Langston Hughes.