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The Resource I, too, sing America : three centuries of African American poetry, [selected and annotated by] Catherine Clinton ; illustrated by Stephen Alcorn

I, too, sing America : three centuries of African American poetry, [selected and annotated by] Catherine Clinton ; illustrated by Stephen Alcorn

Label
I, too, sing America : three centuries of African American poetry
Title
I, too, sing America
Title remainder
three centuries of African American poetry
Statement of responsibility
[selected and annotated by] Catherine Clinton ; illustrated by Stephen Alcorn
Contributor
Illustrator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
A collection of poems by African-American writers, including Lucy Terry, Gwendolyn Bennett, and Alice Walker
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
811/.008/092820896073
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
PS591.N4
LC item number
I35 1998
Literary form
non fiction
Target audience
pre adolescent
Label
I, too, sing America : three centuries of African American poetry, [selected and annotated by] Catherine Clinton ; illustrated by Stephen Alcorn
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
  • Heritage; To a dark girl / Gwendolyn B. Bennett -- A Black man talks of reaping / Arna Bontemps -- Harlem; The Negro speaks of rivers; Merry-go-round; Cross / Langston Hughes -- Tableau; Saturday's child; Incident / Countee Cullen -- Sorrow home / Margaret Walker -- Martin Luther King Jr.; Malcolm X; We real cool / Gwendolyn Brooks -- Still I rise / Maya Angelou -- Rites of passage / Audre Lorde -- In the year / Amiri Baraka -- The funeral of Martin Luther King, Jr. / Nikki Giovanni -- Women / Alice Walker -- Primer / Rita Dove
  • I, too, sing America / Langston Hughes -- Bars fight / Lucy Terry -- Liberty and peace / Phillis Wehatley -- On liberty and slavery / George Moses Horton -- Yes! Strike again that sounding string / James M. Whitfield -- Bury me in a free land / Frances Ellen Watkins Harper -- The song of the smoke / W.E.B. Du Bois -- Lift ev'ry voice and sing / James Weldon Johnson -- We wear the mask / Paul Laurence Dunbar -- The black finger / Angelina Weld Grimke -- Your world; Interracial / Georgia Douglas Johnson -- Children of the sun / Fenton Johnson -- If we must die; The White House / Claude McKay -- Beehive / Jean Toomer
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
128 p.
Isbn
9780395895993
Lccn
97046137 /AC
Other physical details
col. ill.
System control number
ocm37980763
Label
I, too, sing America : three centuries of African American poetry, [selected and annotated by] Catherine Clinton ; illustrated by Stephen Alcorn
Publication
Contents
  • Heritage; To a dark girl / Gwendolyn B. Bennett -- A Black man talks of reaping / Arna Bontemps -- Harlem; The Negro speaks of rivers; Merry-go-round; Cross / Langston Hughes -- Tableau; Saturday's child; Incident / Countee Cullen -- Sorrow home / Margaret Walker -- Martin Luther King Jr.; Malcolm X; We real cool / Gwendolyn Brooks -- Still I rise / Maya Angelou -- Rites of passage / Audre Lorde -- In the year / Amiri Baraka -- The funeral of Martin Luther King, Jr. / Nikki Giovanni -- Women / Alice Walker -- Primer / Rita Dove
  • I, too, sing America / Langston Hughes -- Bars fight / Lucy Terry -- Liberty and peace / Phillis Wehatley -- On liberty and slavery / George Moses Horton -- Yes! Strike again that sounding string / James M. Whitfield -- Bury me in a free land / Frances Ellen Watkins Harper -- The song of the smoke / W.E.B. Du Bois -- Lift ev'ry voice and sing / James Weldon Johnson -- We wear the mask / Paul Laurence Dunbar -- The black finger / Angelina Weld Grimke -- Your world; Interracial / Georgia Douglas Johnson -- Children of the sun / Fenton Johnson -- If we must die; The White House / Claude McKay -- Beehive / Jean Toomer
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
128 p.
Isbn
9780395895993
Lccn
97046137 /AC
Other physical details
col. ill.
System control number
ocm37980763

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