The New Negro
by Alain Leroy Locke
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Publisher: Simon & Schuster; Touchstone Books
8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. xxxiv, 452 pp., illus.; 21 cm. Tight, clean copy. Browning. Remainder mark/tail edge. CONTENTS: The new negro, by Alain Locke; Negro art and america, by Albert C. Barnes; The negro in American literature, by William Stanley Braighwaite; Negro youth speaks, by Alain Locke; The city of refuge, by Rudolph Fisher; Vestiges, by Rudolph Fisher; Fog, by John Matheus; Carma, from Cane, by Jean Toomer; Fern, from Cane, by Jean Toomer; Spunk, by Zora Neale Hurston; Sahdji, by Bruce Nugent; The palm porch, by Eric Walrond; Poems, by Counte e Cullen; Poems, by Claude McKay; Poems, by Jean Toomer; The creation, by James Weldon Johnson; Poems, by Langston Hughes; The day-breakers, by Arna Bontemps; Poems, by Georgia Johnson; Lady, lady, by Anne Spencer; The black finger, by Angelina Grimke; Enchantment, by Lewis Alexander; The drama of negro life, by Montgomery Gregory; The gift of laughter, by Jessie Fauset; Compromise (a folk play), by Willis Richardson; The negro spirituals, by Alain Locke; Negro dancers, by Claude McKay; Jazz at home, by J. A. Rogers; Song, by Gwendolyn B. Bennett; Jazzonia, by Langston Hughes; Nude young dancer, by Langston Hughes; The negro digs up his past, by Arthur A. Schomburg; American negro folk literature, by Arthur Huff Fauset; T'appin, by Told by Cugo Lewis; B'rer rabbit fools buzzard heritage, by Counte e Cullen; The legacy of the ancestral arts, by Alain Locke; The negro pioneers, by Paul U. Kellogg; The new frontage on American life, by Charles S. Johnson; The road, by Helene Johnson; Harlem: the culture capital, by James Weldon Johnson; Howard: the national negro university, by Kelly Miller; Hampton-Tuskegee: missioners of the masses, by Robert R. Moton; Durham: capital of the black middle class, by E. Franklin Franzier; Gift of the black tropics, by W. A. Domingo; The negro's Americanism, by Melville J. Herskovits; The paradox of color, by Walter White; The task of negro womanhood, by Elise Johnson McDougald; Worlds of color: the negro mind reaches out, by W. E. B. DuBois.