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The Resource Langston Hughes : the man, his art, and his continuing influence, edited by C. James Trotman, ; with keynote essay by Arnold Rampersad

Langston Hughes : the man, his art, and his continuing influence, edited by C. James Trotman, ; with keynote essay by Arnold Rampersad

Label
Langston Hughes : the man, his art, and his continuing influence
Title
Langston Hughes
Title remainder
the man, his art, and his continuing influence
Statement of responsibility
edited by C. James Trotman, ; with keynote essay by Arnold Rampersad
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Biography type
contains biographical information
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1943-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Trotman, C. James
Series statement
  • Critical studies in Black life and culture
  • Garland reference library of the humanities;
Series volume
  • v. 29
  • v. 1872
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Hughes, Langston
  • African Americans in literature
  • Harlem Renaissance
  • Harlem (New York, N.Y.)
Label
Langston Hughes : the man, his art, and his continuing influence, edited by C. James Trotman, ; with keynote essay by Arnold Rampersad
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "Emery Wimbish, Jr., project director, Linclon University."
  • "Conference proceedings held at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania on March 26, 27, 28, 1992."--T.p. verso
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Langston Hughes: the man, the writer, and his continuing influence
  • Arnold Rampersad
  • Whose sweet angel child? Blues women, Langston Hughes, and writing during the Harlem Renaissance
  • Cheryl A. Wall
  • Langston Hughes: poetry, blues, and gospel-somewhere to stand
  • Steven C. Tracy
  • Africanisms and postmodernist imagination in the popular fiction of Langston Hughes
  • Ropo Sekoni
  • P(a)lace for Langston Hughes
  • C. James Trotman
  • Langston Hughes: the man and the writer, an introduction
  • Emery Wimbish, Jr.
  • In celebration of Langston Hughes
  • Niara Sudarkasa
  • Introduction to Arnold Rampersad
  • Thomas C. Phelps
  • Achieving universality through simple truths
  • Donna Akiba Sullivan Harper
  • Physics of change in "Father and Son"
  • R. Baxter Miller
  • Girl with the red dress on
  • Kristin Hunter-Lattany
  • Reading the woman's face in Langston Hughes and Roy DeCarava's "Sweet Flypaper of Life"
  • Thadious M. Davis
  • Kindred spirits and sympathetic souls: Langston Hughes and Gwendolyn Bennett in the Harlem Renaissance
  • Sandra Y. Govan
  • Langston Hughes's "Nigger Heaven Blues"
  • Bruce Kellner
  • Race, culture, and gender in Langston Hughes's "The Ways of White Folks"
  • Joyce Ann Joyce
  • "For All the Kids to Come": the troubled island of William Grant Still and Langston Hughes
  • C. James Trotman
  • Hughes's personal library and exhibits
  • Sophy H. Cornwell
  • Hughes as dramatist
  • Ella Forbes
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xiii, 178 p.
Isbn
9780815317630
Lccn
95015708
Other physical details
ill
System control number
(OCoLC)ocm32349614
Label
Langston Hughes : the man, his art, and his continuing influence, edited by C. James Trotman, ; with keynote essay by Arnold Rampersad
Publication
Note
  • "Emery Wimbish, Jr., project director, Linclon University."
  • "Conference proceedings held at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania on March 26, 27, 28, 1992."--T.p. verso
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Langston Hughes: the man, the writer, and his continuing influence
  • Arnold Rampersad
  • Whose sweet angel child? Blues women, Langston Hughes, and writing during the Harlem Renaissance
  • Cheryl A. Wall
  • Langston Hughes: poetry, blues, and gospel-somewhere to stand
  • Steven C. Tracy
  • Africanisms and postmodernist imagination in the popular fiction of Langston Hughes
  • Ropo Sekoni
  • P(a)lace for Langston Hughes
  • C. James Trotman
  • Langston Hughes: the man and the writer, an introduction
  • Emery Wimbish, Jr.
  • In celebration of Langston Hughes
  • Niara Sudarkasa
  • Introduction to Arnold Rampersad
  • Thomas C. Phelps
  • Achieving universality through simple truths
  • Donna Akiba Sullivan Harper
  • Physics of change in "Father and Son"
  • R. Baxter Miller
  • Girl with the red dress on
  • Kristin Hunter-Lattany
  • Reading the woman's face in Langston Hughes and Roy DeCarava's "Sweet Flypaper of Life"
  • Thadious M. Davis
  • Kindred spirits and sympathetic souls: Langston Hughes and Gwendolyn Bennett in the Harlem Renaissance
  • Sandra Y. Govan
  • Langston Hughes's "Nigger Heaven Blues"
  • Bruce Kellner
  • Race, culture, and gender in Langston Hughes's "The Ways of White Folks"
  • Joyce Ann Joyce
  • "For All the Kids to Come": the troubled island of William Grant Still and Langston Hughes
  • C. James Trotman
  • Hughes's personal library and exhibits
  • Sophy H. Cornwell
  • Hughes as dramatist
  • Ella Forbes
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xiii, 178 p.
Isbn
9780815317630
Lccn
95015708
Other physical details
ill
System control number
(OCoLC)ocm32349614

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