The Pen Is Ours: A Listing of Writings by and about African-American Women before 1910 with Secondary Bibliography t by Jean Fagan YellinThe Pen Is Ours: A Listing of Writings by and about African-American Women before 1910 with Secondary Bibliography t by Jean Fagan Yellin

The Pen Is Ours: A Listing of Writings by and about African-American Women before 1910 with…

byJean Fagan Yellin, Cynthia D. Bond

Hardcover | April 1, 1991

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This bibliography of writing by and about African-American women provides a much needed research tool to scholars and researchers in the field. The bibliography lists writing by African-American women whose earliest publication appeared before 1910; a supplemental bibliography lists writingpublished as of 1911.
Jean Fagan Yellin is at Pace University.
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Title:The Pen Is Ours: A Listing of Writings by and about African-American Women before 1910 with…Format:HardcoverDimensions:400 pages, 6.89 × 4.92 × 1.26 inPublished:April 1, 1991Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0195062035

ISBN - 13:9780195062038

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This thirty-volume set includes the work of a generation of black women whose writing has only been available previously in rare book collections. The materials reprinted in twenty-four of the thirty are drawn from the unique holdings of the Schomburg Center.

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"This is a very useful book....Not only does the book provide much welcome information; it also introduces its user to a broader spectrum of writers, women writers, American writers, and African-American writers and to authors new to the user....Its influence will be good and immediate, andwill continue for a long time. It is recommended for the general reader, students, and the beginning scholar, and the experienced scholar. It is a book worth celebrating, and we are indebted to its compilers."--Legacy