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Afro-American women writers, 1746-1933 : [electronic resource] an anthology and critical guide / [edited by] Ann Allen Shockley.

Contributor(s): Shockley, Ann Allen.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Boston, Mass. : G.K. Hall, c1988Description: xxviii, 465 p. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 0816188238; 9780816188239.Subject(s): American literature -- African American authors | American literature -- African American authors -- Bio-bibliography | American literature -- Women authors -- Bio-bibliography | African American women -- Literary collections | African American women authors -- Biography | American literature -- Women authors | Women and literature -- United States | African American authors -- Biography | Women authors, American -- Biography | Authors, American -- Biography | Letterkunde | Vrouwelijke auteurs | Negers | Amerikaans | Littérature américaine -- Auteurs noirs américains | Littérature américaine -- Histoire et critique | Noires américaines -- Anthologies | Littérature américaine -- Auteurs noirs américains -- Biobibliographie | Littérature américaine -- Histoire et critique -- Biobibliographie | Femmes et littérature -- États-Unis | Écrivaines noires américaines -- Biographies | Écrivaines américaines -- Biographies | Écrivains américains -- Biographies | Écrits de femmes américains -- Histoire et critique | Écrits de femmes américains -- Histoire et critique -- BiobibliographieDDC classification: 810/.8/09287 Online resources: Free eBook from the Internet Archive | Additional information and access via Open Library Also issued online.
Partial contents:
1. Colonial period to the Civil War 1746-1862 -- Lucy Terry Prince ; Phillis Wheatley ; Ann Plato ; Zilpha Elaw ; Jarena Lee ; Nancy Gardener Prince ; Frances Ellen Watkins Harper ; Charlotte L. Forten (Grimke) ; Harriet E. Adams Wilson ; Harriet Ann Jacobs [Linda Brent, pseud.] -- 2. Reconstruction to the end of the century 1868-1899 -- Frances Anne Rollin Whipper [Frank A. Rollin, pseud.] ; Elizabeth Hobbs Keckley ; Clarissa Minnie Thompson ; Miss Garrison ; Amelia Etta Hall Johnson ; Josephine Delphine Henderson Heard ; Emma Dunham Kelley Hawkins [Forget-me-not, pseud.] ; Victoria Earle Matthews ; Frances Ellen Watkins Harper ; Anna Julia Haywood Cooper ; Amanda Berry Smith ; Eloise Bibb Thompson ; Marie Louise Burgess ; Ida Bell Wells-Barnett [Iola, pseud.] ; Alice Ruth Moore Dunbar-Nelson -- 3. Pre-World War I to the New Negro Movement 1900-1923 -- Pauline Elizabeth Hopkins ; Priscilla Jane Thompson ; Susie Baker King Taylor ; Clara Ann Thompson ; Henrietta Cordelia Ray ; Maud Cuney Hare ; Olivia Ward Bush Banks ; Georgia Blanche Douglas Camp Johnson ; Sarah Lee Levy Lindo McDowell Brown Fleming ; Charlotte Hawkins Brown ; Angelina Weld Grimke ; Zara Wright ; Mary Etta Spencer ; Lillian E. Wood -- 4. New Negro Movement 1924-1933 -- Jessie Redmon Fauset Harris ; Nella Marian Larsen Imes.
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1. Colonial period to the Civil War 1746-1862 -- Lucy Terry Prince ; Phillis Wheatley ; Ann Plato ; Zilpha Elaw ; Jarena Lee ; Nancy Gardener Prince ; Frances Ellen Watkins Harper ; Charlotte L. Forten (Grimke) ; Harriet E. Adams Wilson ; Harriet Ann Jacobs [Linda Brent, pseud.] -- 2. Reconstruction to the end of the century 1868-1899 -- Frances Anne Rollin Whipper [Frank A. Rollin, pseud.] ; Elizabeth Hobbs Keckley ; Clarissa Minnie Thompson ; Miss Garrison ; Amelia Etta Hall Johnson ; Josephine Delphine Henderson Heard ; Emma Dunham Kelley Hawkins [Forget-me-not, pseud.] ; Victoria Earle Matthews ; Frances Ellen Watkins Harper ; Anna Julia Haywood Cooper ; Amanda Berry Smith ; Eloise Bibb Thompson ; Marie Louise Burgess ; Ida Bell Wells-Barnett [Iola, pseud.] ; Alice Ruth Moore Dunbar-Nelson -- 3. Pre-World War I to the New Negro Movement 1900-1923 -- Pauline Elizabeth Hopkins ; Priscilla Jane Thompson ; Susie Baker King Taylor ; Clara Ann Thompson ; Henrietta Cordelia Ray ; Maud Cuney Hare ; Olivia Ward Bush Banks ; Georgia Blanche Douglas Camp Johnson ; Sarah Lee Levy Lindo McDowell Brown Fleming ; Charlotte Hawkins Brown ; Angelina Weld Grimke ; Zara Wright ; Mary Etta Spencer ; Lillian E. Wood -- 4. New Negro Movement 1924-1933 -- Jessie Redmon Fauset Harris ; Nella Marian Larsen Imes.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 456-465).

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