The Resource Double-take : a revisionist Harlem Renaissance anthology, edited by Venetria K. Patton and Maureen Honey

Double-take : a revisionist Harlem Renaissance anthology, edited by Venetria K. Patton and Maureen Honey

Label
Double-take : a revisionist Harlem Renaissance anthology
Title
Double-take
Title remainder
a revisionist Harlem Renaissance anthology
Statement of responsibility
edited by Venetria K. Patton and Maureen Honey
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • eng
  • eng
Summary
Brings together a comprehensive selection of texts from the Harlem Renaissance-a key period in the literary and cultural history of the United States. Offers a unique, balanced collection of writers--men and women, gay and straight, familiar and obscure. Arranged by author, rather than by genre, this anthology includes works from major Harlem Renaissance figures as well as often-overlooked essayists, poets, dramatists, and artists. Contains works from a wide variety of genres--poetry, short stories, drama, and essays, as well as biographical sketches of the authors. Includes most pieces in their entirety. Also includes artwork and illustrations, many of which are from original journals and have never before been reprinted, and song lyrics to illustrate the interrelation of various art forms
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
810.8/089607309041
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
PS509.N4
LC item number
D68 2001
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1968-
  • 1945-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Patton, Venetria K.
  • Honey, Maureen
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • American literature
  • American literature
  • Harlem (New York, N.Y.)
  • African Americans
  • American literature
  • African American arts
  • Harlem Renaissance
Label
Double-take : a revisionist Harlem Renaissance anthology, edited by Venetria K. Patton and Maureen Honey
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 611-613) and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Ruth Whitehead Whaley
  • Harlem : the culture capital
  • James Weldon Johnson
  • A point of view : an opportunity dinner reaction
  • Brenda Ray Moryck
  • The Negro-art hokum
  • George S. Schuyler
  • The Negro artists and the racial mountain
  • Langston Hughes
  • On Langston Hughes : I am a Negro, and beautiful
  • Essays.
  • Amy Jacques Garvey
  • Criteria of Negro art
  • W.E.B. Du Bois
  • Blueprint for Negro writing
  • Richard Wright
  • Characteristics of Negro expression
  • Zora Neale Hurston
  • Impressions of the second Pan-African Congress
  • Jessie Redmon Fauset
  • Africa for the Africans
  • The new Negro
  • Marcus Garvey
  • Gift of the black tropics
  • W.A. Domingo
  • The Caucasian storms Harlem
  • Rudolph Fisher
  • The task of Negro womanhood
  • Elise Johnson McDougald
  • On being young : a women and colored
  • Marita O. Bonner
  • Woman's most serious problem
  • Alain Locke
  • Alice Dunbar-Nelson
  • Problems facing Negro young women
  • Marion Vera Cuthbert
  • The legacy of the ancestral arts
  • Alain Locke
  • Jazz at home
  • Joel A. Rogers
  • The American Negro paints
  • Gwendolyn B. Bennett
  • The new Negro : what is he?
  • A. Philip Randolph and Chandler Owen
  • The Negro in American literature
  • William Stanley Braithwaite
  • Closed doors : a study in segregation
  • I sit and sew
  • Joseph Seamon Cotter, Jr.
  • The city of refuge
  • Miss Cynthie
  • Rudolph Fisher
  • The voodoo's revenge
  • Eric Walrond
  • Riding the goat
  • May Miller
  • One boy's story
  • The pot maker
  • The proletariat speaks
  • Marita O. Bonner
  • Ma Rainey
  • Sam Smiley
  • Southern road
  • Strong men
  • Sterling A. Brown
  • The Negro speaks of rivers
  • Danse africaine
  • Jazzonia
  • Song to a Negro wash-woman
  • His great career
  • Dream variation
  • Desire
  • Poem [2]
  • The weary blues
  • To midnight Nan at Leroy's
  • Lullaby
  • Listen here blues
  • Bound no'th blues
  • Song for a dark girl
  • The blues I'm playing
  • Alice Dunbar-Nelson
  • Mulatto : a tragedy of the deep South
  • Langston Hughes
  • Heritage
  • To a dark girl
  • Hatred
  • Advice
  • Fantasy
  • Wedding day
  • Tokens
  • Gwendolyn B. Bennett
  • The heart of a woman
  • The last citadel
  • God's edict
  • Cordelia the crude
  • Emma Lou
  • Wallace Thurman
  • Golgotha is a mountain
  • Length of moon
  • Nocturne at Bethesda
  • A black man talks of reaping
  • God give to men
  • Motherhood
  • The return
  • A summer tragedy
  • Arna Bontemps
  • Heritage
  • Sacrament
  • Tableau
  • Yet do I marvel
  • From the dark tower
  • Colored blues singer
  • To certain critics
  • The octoroon
  • Little sonnet to little friends
  • Countee Cullen
  • Rainy season love song
  • The serving girl
  • Lullaby
  • The palm wine seller
  • Gladys May Casely Hayford (aka Aquah Laluah)
  • No images
  • Dust
  • The radical
  • Escape
  • (William) Waring Cuney
  • Shadow
  • Sahdji
  • Smoke, lilies, and jade!
  • Sahdji, an African ballet
  • Richard Bruce Nugent (aka Richard Bruce)
  • The typewriter
  • The black dress
  • Dorothy West
  • My race
  • The black runner
  • Magalu
  • The road
  • Mother
  • Bottled
  • Poem
  • Sonnet to a Negro in Harlem
  • Helene Johnson
  • Dusk
  • Heritage
  • Insatiate
  • Wishes
  • Poem--for a lover
  • Mae V. Cowdery
  • Creative writing.
  • I want to die while you love me
  • Tramp love
  • Plumes : a folk tragedy
  • Georgia Douglas Johnson
  • El beso
  • The black finger
  • The want of you
  • Dusk
  • A Mona Lisa
  • Tenebris
  • The creation
  • Goldie
  • Rachel
  • Angelina Weld Grimké
  • White things
  • Lady, lady
  • Letter to my sister
  • Grapes : still-life
  • Black man o'mine
  • Anne Spencer
  • Oriflamme
  • Mother night
  • Here's April!
  • Words! Words!
  • Touché
  • La vie c'est la vie
  • Mary Elizabeth
  • Jessie Redmon Fauset
  • The bronze legacy (To a brown boy)
  • Exodus
  • The birds in the cage
  • The quilt
  • The white witch
  • Effie Lee Newsome (aka Mary Effie Lee)
  • Requiem
  • In Haiti is riot of color
  • Fog
  • 'Cruiter
  • John F. Matheus
  • The banjo player
  • The scarlet woman
  • Tired
  • Fenton Johnson
  • My city
  • The Harlem dancer
  • If we must die
  • Africa
  • America
  • Baptism
  • Harlem shadows
  • To O.E.A.
  • Like a strong tree
  • The tropics in New York
  • Mattie and her sweetman
  • James Weldon Johnson
  • Claude McKay
  • The chip woman's fortune
  • The flight of the natives
  • Willis Richardson
  • Wash day
  • Definition
  • Black baby
  • Black faces
  • Negro laughter
  • Two old women a-shopping go! : a story of man, marriage, and poverty
  • Violets
  • Anita Scott Coleman
  • Passion
  • Spunk
  • Sweat
  • Color struck
  • Zora Neale Hurston
  • Sanctuary
  • Nella Larsen
  • Undertow
  • Eulalie Spence
  • You! Inez!
  • Song of the son
  • Georgia dusk
  • Portrait in Georgia
  • Blood-burning moon
  • Jean Toomer
  • And what shall you say?
  • Is it because I am black?
  • Sonnet to Negro soldiers
  • Rain music
  • On the fields of France
Control code
ocm45166625
Dimensions
27 cm
Extent
xliv, 619 pages
Isbn
9780813529301
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
00045897
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)45166625
Label
Double-take : a revisionist Harlem Renaissance anthology, edited by Venetria K. Patton and Maureen Honey
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 611-613) and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Ruth Whitehead Whaley
  • Harlem : the culture capital
  • James Weldon Johnson
  • A point of view : an opportunity dinner reaction
  • Brenda Ray Moryck
  • The Negro-art hokum
  • George S. Schuyler
  • The Negro artists and the racial mountain
  • Langston Hughes
  • On Langston Hughes : I am a Negro, and beautiful
  • Essays.
  • Amy Jacques Garvey
  • Criteria of Negro art
  • W.E.B. Du Bois
  • Blueprint for Negro writing
  • Richard Wright
  • Characteristics of Negro expression
  • Zora Neale Hurston
  • Impressions of the second Pan-African Congress
  • Jessie Redmon Fauset
  • Africa for the Africans
  • The new Negro
  • Marcus Garvey
  • Gift of the black tropics
  • W.A. Domingo
  • The Caucasian storms Harlem
  • Rudolph Fisher
  • The task of Negro womanhood
  • Elise Johnson McDougald
  • On being young : a women and colored
  • Marita O. Bonner
  • Woman's most serious problem
  • Alain Locke
  • Alice Dunbar-Nelson
  • Problems facing Negro young women
  • Marion Vera Cuthbert
  • The legacy of the ancestral arts
  • Alain Locke
  • Jazz at home
  • Joel A. Rogers
  • The American Negro paints
  • Gwendolyn B. Bennett
  • The new Negro : what is he?
  • A. Philip Randolph and Chandler Owen
  • The Negro in American literature
  • William Stanley Braithwaite
  • Closed doors : a study in segregation
  • I sit and sew
  • Joseph Seamon Cotter, Jr.
  • The city of refuge
  • Miss Cynthie
  • Rudolph Fisher
  • The voodoo's revenge
  • Eric Walrond
  • Riding the goat
  • May Miller
  • One boy's story
  • The pot maker
  • The proletariat speaks
  • Marita O. Bonner
  • Ma Rainey
  • Sam Smiley
  • Southern road
  • Strong men
  • Sterling A. Brown
  • The Negro speaks of rivers
  • Danse africaine
  • Jazzonia
  • Song to a Negro wash-woman
  • His great career
  • Dream variation
  • Desire
  • Poem [2]
  • The weary blues
  • To midnight Nan at Leroy's
  • Lullaby
  • Listen here blues
  • Bound no'th blues
  • Song for a dark girl
  • The blues I'm playing
  • Alice Dunbar-Nelson
  • Mulatto : a tragedy of the deep South
  • Langston Hughes
  • Heritage
  • To a dark girl
  • Hatred
  • Advice
  • Fantasy
  • Wedding day
  • Tokens
  • Gwendolyn B. Bennett
  • The heart of a woman
  • The last citadel
  • God's edict
  • Cordelia the crude
  • Emma Lou
  • Wallace Thurman
  • Golgotha is a mountain
  • Length of moon
  • Nocturne at Bethesda
  • A black man talks of reaping
  • God give to men
  • Motherhood
  • The return
  • A summer tragedy
  • Arna Bontemps
  • Heritage
  • Sacrament
  • Tableau
  • Yet do I marvel
  • From the dark tower
  • Colored blues singer
  • To certain critics
  • The octoroon
  • Little sonnet to little friends
  • Countee Cullen
  • Rainy season love song
  • The serving girl
  • Lullaby
  • The palm wine seller
  • Gladys May Casely Hayford (aka Aquah Laluah)
  • No images
  • Dust
  • The radical
  • Escape
  • (William) Waring Cuney
  • Shadow
  • Sahdji
  • Smoke, lilies, and jade!
  • Sahdji, an African ballet
  • Richard Bruce Nugent (aka Richard Bruce)
  • The typewriter
  • The black dress
  • Dorothy West
  • My race
  • The black runner
  • Magalu
  • The road
  • Mother
  • Bottled
  • Poem
  • Sonnet to a Negro in Harlem
  • Helene Johnson
  • Dusk
  • Heritage
  • Insatiate
  • Wishes
  • Poem--for a lover
  • Mae V. Cowdery
  • Creative writing.
  • I want to die while you love me
  • Tramp love
  • Plumes : a folk tragedy
  • Georgia Douglas Johnson
  • El beso
  • The black finger
  • The want of you
  • Dusk
  • A Mona Lisa
  • Tenebris
  • The creation
  • Goldie
  • Rachel
  • Angelina Weld Grimké
  • White things
  • Lady, lady
  • Letter to my sister
  • Grapes : still-life
  • Black man o'mine
  • Anne Spencer
  • Oriflamme
  • Mother night
  • Here's April!
  • Words! Words!
  • Touché
  • La vie c'est la vie
  • Mary Elizabeth
  • Jessie Redmon Fauset
  • The bronze legacy (To a brown boy)
  • Exodus
  • The birds in the cage
  • The quilt
  • The white witch
  • Effie Lee Newsome (aka Mary Effie Lee)
  • Requiem
  • In Haiti is riot of color
  • Fog
  • 'Cruiter
  • John F. Matheus
  • The banjo player
  • The scarlet woman
  • Tired
  • Fenton Johnson
  • My city
  • The Harlem dancer
  • If we must die
  • Africa
  • America
  • Baptism
  • Harlem shadows
  • To O.E.A.
  • Like a strong tree
  • The tropics in New York
  • Mattie and her sweetman
  • James Weldon Johnson
  • Claude McKay
  • The chip woman's fortune
  • The flight of the natives
  • Willis Richardson
  • Wash day
  • Definition
  • Black baby
  • Black faces
  • Negro laughter
  • Two old women a-shopping go! : a story of man, marriage, and poverty
  • Violets
  • Anita Scott Coleman
  • Passion
  • Spunk
  • Sweat
  • Color struck
  • Zora Neale Hurston
  • Sanctuary
  • Nella Larsen
  • Undertow
  • Eulalie Spence
  • You! Inez!
  • Song of the son
  • Georgia dusk
  • Portrait in Georgia
  • Blood-burning moon
  • Jean Toomer
  • And what shall you say?
  • Is it because I am black?
  • Sonnet to Negro soldiers
  • Rain music
  • On the fields of France
Control code
ocm45166625
Dimensions
27 cm
Extent
xliv, 619 pages
Isbn
9780813529301
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
00045897
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)45166625

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