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      James Weldon Johnson
    
      Rudolph Byrd
    
      Charles Johnson

The Essential Writings of James Weldon Johnson

; Rudolph Byrd (Redaktør) ; Charles Johnson (Forord)

olume compilation of some of the most important writings by the early twentieth-century African-American intellectual and activist features two short plays, the novel Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man, poems from God's Trombones and St. Les mer
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olume compilation of some of the most important writings by the early twentieth-century African-American intellectual and activist features two short plays, the novel Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man, poems from God's Trombones and St. Peter Relates an Incident, and important cultural and political essays. Original.
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Forlag: Random House USA Inc
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 352
ISBN: 9780812975321
Format: 20 x 13 cm
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Forewordix




Charles Johnson

Introductionxv




Rudolph P. Byrd

James Weldon Johnson: A Chronologyxxvii




THE ESSENTIAL WRITINGS OF JAMES WELDON JOHNSON





Drama





Do You Believe in Ghosts?

6(5)




The Engineer

11(18)




Fiction





The Autobiography of an Ex-Coloured Man

29(242)




Poetry





Sence You Went Away

149(1)




Lift Every Voice and Sing

150(2)




Fifty Years

152(4)




The Creation

156(4)




Noah Built the Ark

160(6)




The Judgment Day

166(4)




Saint Peter Relates an Incident of the Resurrection Day

170(11)




Cultural Criticism





Native African Races and Culture

181(20)




The Dilemma of the Negro Author

201(8)




Race Prejudice and the Negro Artist

209(21)




Autobiography





Selections from Along This Way

230(41)




Political Writing





Negro Americans, What Now?

271(48)
Selected Bibliography319