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The Wiley-Blackwell Anthology of African American Literature

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The Wiley-Blackwell Anthology of African American Literature is a comprehensive collection of poems, short stories, novellas, novels, plays, autobiographies, and essays authored by African Americans from the eighteenth century until the present.

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Table of Contents (by Chronology) Editorial Advisory Board Preface Introduction Principles of Selection and Editorial Procedures Acknowledgments Table of Contents by Genre I.The Literatures of the New Negro Renaissance: c 1920 – 1940 Introduction Claude McKay (b. 1890 – 1948)     From Songs of Jamaica (1912) “Whe’ fe Do?” “Cudjoe Fresh from de Lecture”     From Harlem Shadows (1922) “America” “The Tropics in New York” “Harlem Shadows” “The White City” “Africa” “The Tired Worker” “If We Must Die”     From Banjo (1929) First Part     I. The Ditch     II. The Breakwater     III. Malty Turned Down Second Part     XVI. The “Blue Cinema”     XVII. Breaking-up Third Part     XXIII. Shake That Thing Again     XXV. Banjo’s Ace of Spades     Jean Toomer (1894 – 1967)     From Cane (1923) “Bona and Paul” Balo (1927) Winter on Earth (1928) “Race Problems in Modern Society” (1929)        Alain Locke (1885 – 1954)     From The New Negro (1925) “The New Negro”    Helene Johnson (1907-1995)     From poems beginning in 1925 “My Race” “The Road” “Magula” “A Southern Road” “Bottled” “Poem” “Sonnet to a Negro in Harlem” “Summer Matures” “Invocation” “Remember Not” William Edward Burghardt Du Bois (1868 – 1963)     From The New Negro (1925) “The Negro Mind Reaches Out” “Criteria of Negro Art” (1926) Rudolph Fisher (1897-1934) “The City of Refuge” (1925) “Blades of Steel” (1927) “The Caucasian Storms Harlem” (1927) Countee Cullen (1903 – 1946)     From Color (1925) “Yet Do I Marvel” “Tableau” “Incident” “Heritage” “To John Keats, Poet, at Springtime” “I Have a Rendezvous with Life”     From Copper Sun (1925) “Millennial” “At the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem” “From the Dark Tower” “Uncle Jim”     From Caroling Dusk (1927) “Four Epitaphs”     From The Black Christ and Other Poems (1929) “To Certain Critics” Jessie Fauset (1882-1961) “Double Trouble” (1923) “Dark Algiers the White, Parts I & II” (1926) Dorothy West (1907-1998) “The Typewriter” (1926) Langston Hughes (1902 – 1967) “The Negro Artist and the Racial Mountain” (1926)     From The Weary Blues (1926) “The Weary Blues” “Jazzonia” “Harlem Night Club” “The Negro Speaks of Rivers” “Danse Africaine” Epilogue (“I, Too, Sing America”)     From Montage of a Dream Deferred (1951) “Dream Boogie” “Juke Box Love Song” “Ballad of the Landlord” George S. Schuyler (1895 – 1977) “The Negro-Art Hokum” (1926)     From Black No More (1931) Chapters 1-3    Zora Neale Hurston (1891 – 1960) “The Back Room” (1927) “How It Feels to Be Colored Me” (1928) Nella Larsen (1891 – 1964) Passing (1929) Sterling A. Brown (1901 – 1989)     From Southern Road (1932) From “Part One: Road So Rocky”     “Odyssey of Big Boy”     “When de Saints Go Ma’ching Home”     “Southern Road” From “Part Two: On Restless River”     “Memphis Blues”     “Ma Rainey” From “Part Three: Tin Roof Blues”     “Tin Roof Blues”     “Cabaret” From “Part Four: Vestiges”     “Salutamus”     “To a Certain Lady, in Her Garden” Richard Wright (1908 – 1960) “Blueprint for Negro Writing” (1937)     From Uncle Tom’s Children (1938) “Big Boy Leaves Home” “How Bigger Was Born” (1940) II. The Literatures of Modernism, Modernity, and Civil Rights: c 1940 - 1965 Introduction Gwendolyn Brooks (1917-2000)     From A Street in Bronzeville (1945) “A Street in Bronzeville” (full section)     From Annie Allen (1949) “Notes from the Childhood and the Girlhood” “The Anniad” “The Womanhood” Chester Himes (1909 – 1984) “A Night of New Roses” (1945) “Da-Da-Dee” (1948) “Tang” (1967) Ann Petry (1908-1997) “The Bones of Louella Brown” (1947) “In Darkness and Confusion” (1947) Ralph Ellison (1914 – 1994)     From Invisible Man (1952) Prologue, Chapters 1-4, 6, 9     From Shadow and Act (1964)  “Hidden Name and Complex Fate” James Baldwin (1924 – 1987)     From Notes of a Native Son (1955) “Everybody’s Protest Novel” “Notes of a Native Son”     From Going to Meet the Man (1965) “Sonny’s Blues” Lorraine Hansberry (1930 – 1965) `Willie Loman, Walter Younger, and He Who Must Live,` (1959) Robert Hayden (1913 – 1980)     From Ballad of Remembrance (1962) “Middle Passage” “Frederick Douglass” III. The Literatures of Nationalism, Militancy, and the Black Aesthetic: c 1965 – 1975 Introduction Amiri Baraka (formerly Leroi Jones) (b. 1934)     From Home: Social Essays (1965) “The Myth of a ‘Negro Literature’” (1962) Dutchman (1964)     From The Dead Lecturer (1964) “Crow Jane” “For Crow Jane/Mama Death.” “Crow Jane’s Manner.” “Crow Jane in High Society.” “Crow Jane The Crook” “The dead lady canonized.” “I Substitute for the Dead Lecturer” “Political Poem” Adrienne Kennedy (b. 1931) Funnyhouse of a Negro (1964) Larry Neal (1937-1981)     From Black Fire (1968) “And Shine Swam On” Lucille Clifton (b. 1936)     From Good Times (1969) “in the inner city” “my mamma moved among the days” “my daddy’s fingers move among the couplers” “the white boy” “ca’line’s prayer” “generations” Michael S. Harper (b. 1938)     From Dear John, Dear Coltrane (1970) “Brother John” “Where Is My Woman Now: For Billie Holiday” “Malcolm’s Blues” “Dirge for Trane” “American History”  “Deathwatch” “Dear John, Dear Coltrane” Toni Cade Bambara (1939-1995)     From Gorilla, My Love (1972) “My Man Bovanne” June Jordan (1936 – 2002)     From Some Changes (1971) “In Memoriam: Martin Luther King, Jr.” “If You Saw A Negro Lady” “And Who Are You” “Toward a Personal Semantics” “What Would I Do White?” “No Train of Thought” “I Celebrate the Sons of Malcolm” “Last Poem for a Little While”     From New Days: Poems of Exile and Return (1974) “On the Black Poet Reading His Poems in the Park” “On the Black Family” “Calling on All Silent Minorities” “No Poem Because Time Is Not a Name”     From On Call: Political Essays (1985) “The Difficult Miracle of Black Poetry in America: Something Like a Sonnet for Phillis Wheatley” Sonia Sanchez (b. 1934)     From A Blues Book for a Blue Black Magic Woman (1974) Part One: Introduction: Queens of the Universe IV. The Literatures of the Contemporary Period: Literature since 1975 Introduction Samuel Delany (b. 1942)     From Aye, and Gomorrah and Other Stories (2003) “Omegahelm” (1973) Ntozake Shange (b. 1948) From For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide . . . (1975) Audre Lorde (1934-1992)     From The Black Unicorn (1978) “The Black Unicorn” “Coniagui Women” “For Assata” “In Margaret’s Garden” “Woman” “But What Can You Teach My Daughter” “Sister Outsider”     From Sister Outsider (1984) “Poetry Is Not a Luxury” “The Master’s Tools Will Never Dismantle the Master’s House” “Age, Race, Class, and Sex: Women Redefining Difference” Octavia Butler (1947 – 2006)     From Kindred (1979) “Prologue” “The River” “The Fire” Alice Walker (b. 1944) From The Color Purple (1982)     From In Search of Our Mothers’ Gardens (1983) “Zora Neale Hurston: A Cautionary Tale and a Partisan View” “Looking for Zora” Toni Morrison (b. 1931) “Recitatif” (1983) Gloria Naylor (b. 1950)     From The Women of Brewster Place (1983) “Dawn” “Block Party” “Dusk” August Wilson (1945 – 2005) Fences (1983) Rita Dove (b. 1952) Thomas and Beulah (1986) Charles R. Johnson (b. 1948) “The End of the Black American Narrative” (2008) Jamaica Kincaid (b. 1949) From Lucy (1990) Ernest Gaines (b. 1933) From A Lesson Before Dying (1993) Suzan-Lori Parks (b. 1963)     From The America Play and Other Works (1995) “An Equation for Black People Onstage” Edwidge Danticat (b. 1969)     From Krik? Krak! (1996) “New York Day Women” Walter Mosley (b. 1952) “Black to the Future” (1998)     From Futureland (2001) “The Nig in Me” John Edgar Wideman (b. 1941) “Weight” (2000) Percival Everett (b. 1956) “The Fix” (2000) Harryette Mullen (b. 1953)     From Sleeping with the Dictionary (2003) “All She Wrote” “The Anthropic Principle” “Bleeding Hearts” “Denigration” “Daisy Pearl” “Dim Lady” “Ectopia” “Exploring the Dark Content” “Music for Homemade Instruments” “Natural Anguish” “Resistance is Fertile” “Sleeping with the Dictionary” “We Are Not Responsible” Edward P. Jones (b. 1951)     From The Known World (2003) Chapter 1         Glossary Timeline Index  
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