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Negro poets and their poems

Title
Negro poets and their poems / by Robert T. Kerlin ; illustrated.
Author
Kerlin, Robert Thomas, 1866-1950
Publication
  • Washington, D.C. : Associated Publishers, Inc., [1923]
  • ©1923.

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Additional Authors
Associated Publishers, publisher.
Description
xv, [1], 285, [1] pages, [1] leaves of plates : illustrations, portraits; 20 cm.
Donor/Sponsor
Home to Harlem Project funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Subjects
Note
  • With a half-title.
  • "Copyright, 1923, by The Associated Publishers, Inc."--verso of title page.
  • Includes indexes.
Provenance (note)
  • is part of the original collection purchased from Arthur A. Schomburg in 1926.
Contents
  • ch. 1. The present-day Negro heritage of song. I. Untaught melodies, folk song: 1. The spirituals -- 2. The seculars -- II. The earlier poetry of art: 1. Jupiter Hammon and Phillis Wheatley -- 2. Charles L. Reason -- 3. George Moses Horton -- 4. Mrs. Frances E.W. Harper -- 5. James Madison Bell and Albery A. Whitman -- 6. Paul Laurence Dunbar -- 7. J. Mord Allen.
  • ch. 2. The present day renaissance of the Negro. I. A glance at the field -- II. Some representatives of the present era: 1. The Cotters, father and son -- 2. James David Corrothers -- 3. A group of singing Johnsons: James Weldon Johnson, Charles Bertram Johnson, Fenton Johnson, Adolphus Johnson -- 4. William Stanley Braithwaite -- 5. George Reginald Margetson -- 6. William Moore -- 7. Joshua Henry Jones, Jr. -- 8. Walter Everette Hawkins -- 9. Claude McKay -- 10. Leslie Pinckney Hill.
  • ch. 3. The heart of Negro womanhood. 1. Mrs. Eva A. Jessye -- 2. Mrs. J.W. Hammond -- 3. Mrs. Alice Dunbar-Nelson -- 4. Mrs. Georgia Douglas Johnson -- 5. Miss Angelina W. Grimke -- 6. Mrs. Anne Spencer -- 7. Miss Jessie Fauset.
  • ch. 4. Ad astra per aspera. I. Per aspera: 1. Edward Smythe Jones -- 2. Raymond Garfield Dandridge -- 3. George Marion McClellan -- 4. Charles P. Wilson -- 5. Leon R. Harris -- 6. Irvin W. Underhill -- II. Ad astra: 1. James C. Hughes -- 2. Leland Milton Fisher -- 3. W. Clarence Jordan -- 4. Roscoe C. Jamison.
  • ch. 5. The new forms of poetry. I. Free verse: 1. Will Sexton -- 2. Andrea Razafkeriefo -- 3. Langston Hughes -- II. Prose poems: 1. W.E. Burghardt DuBois -- 2. Kelly Miller -- 3. Charles H. Conner -- 4. William Edgar Bailey -- 5. R. Nathaniel Dett.
  • ch. 6. Dialect verse. 1. Waverly Turner Carmichael -- 2. Joseph S. Cotter, Sr. -- 3. Raymond Garfield Dandridge -- 4. Sterling M. Means -- 5. J. Mord Allen -- 6. James Weldon Johnson -- 7. Theodore Henry Shackleford.
  • ch. 7. The poetry of protest. Lucian B. Watkins.
  • ch. 8. Miscellaneous. I. Eulogistic poems -- II. Commemorative and occasional poems. -- Index of authors, with biographical and bibliographical notes -- Index of titles.
Call Number
Sc 811.09-K (Kerlin, R. Negro poets and their poems. 1923)
LCCN
24001295
OCLC
1726091B
Author
Kerlin, Robert Thomas, 1866-1950, author.
Title
Negro poets and their poems / by Robert T. Kerlin ; illustrated.
Publisher
Washington, D.C. : Associated Publishers, Inc., [1923]
Copyright Date
©1923.
Type of Content
text
Type of Medium
unmediated
Type of Carrier
volume
Provenance
Copy in Sc 811.09-K (copy 2) (accession no. B547528) is part of the original collection purchased from Arthur A. Schomburg in 1926. NN
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Added Author
Associated Publishers, publisher.
Schomburg, Arthur Alfonso, 1874-1938, former owner.
Added Title
Home to Harlem Project funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Research Call Number
Sc 811.09-K (Kerlin, R. Negro poets and their poems. 1923)
NBH (Kerlin, R. T. Negro poets and their poems)
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