Afro-American Authors



Afro-American Authors

This edition

"Afro-American Authors" . Ed. William Adams. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1972. 165 pp.

Table of contents

The Life of Frederick Douglass, by Frederick Douglass -- We Wear the Mask; Sympathy, by Paul Laurence Dunbar -- On Being Crazy, by W.E.B. DuBois -- Incident; Yet Do I Marvel; From the Dark Tower, by Countee Cullen -- In Bondage; The White House; If We Must Die, by Claude McKay -- Dream Variation; The Negro Speaks of Rivers; On the Road; Ballad of the Landlord; Crowns and Garlands, by Langston Hughes -- Dark Symphony, by Melvin B. Tolson -- Man Who Went to Chicago, by Richard Wright -- King of the Bingo Game, by Ralph Ellison -- Southern Mansion; The Day-Breakers; Black Man Talks of Reaping, by Arna Bontemps -- At The Burns-Coopers; Kitchenette Building; Medgar Evers, by Gwendolyn Brooks -- God Bless America; Negroes Have a Right to Fight Back, by John Oliver Killens -- Rockpile, by James Baldwin -- Good Long Sidewalk, by William Melvin Kelley -- Mother Dear and Daddy, by Junius Edwards -- Remembering Nat Turner; Southern Cop, by Sterling A. Brown -- Runagate Runagate; Frederick Douglass, by Robert Hayden -- I Have a Dream, by Martin Luther King, Jr. -- White Race and Its Heroes, by Eldridge Cleaver -- Moment Please, by Samuel Allen -- Preface to a Twenty Volume Suicide Note, by Imamu Amiri Baraka (LeRoi Jones)

Reviews and notices of anthology

• n/a

Cited in

not in Kinnamon 1997]

Item Number


Item sets