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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 109 pages of information about The Book of American Negro Poetry.

PREFACE

Paul Laurence Dunbar
  A Negro Love Song
  Little Brown Baby
  Ships That Pass in the Night
  Lover’s Lane
  The Debt
  The Haunted Oak
  When de Co’n Pone’s Hot
  A Death Song

James Edwin Campbell
  Negro Serenade
  De Cunjah Man
  Uncle Eph’s Banjo Song
  Ol’ Doc’ Hyar
  When Ol’ Sis’ Judy Pray
  Compensation

James D. Corrothers
  At the Closed Gate of Justice
  Paul Laurence Dunbar
  The Negro Singer
  The Road to the Bow
  In the Matter of Two Men
  An Indignation Dinner
  Dream and the Song

Daniel Webster Davis
  ’Weh Down Souf
  Hog Meat

William H. A. Moore
  Dusk Song
  It Was Not Fate

W. E. Burghardt Du Bois
  A Litany of Atlanta

George Marion McCLELLAN
  Dogwood Blossoms
  A Butterfly in Church
  The Hills of Sewanee
  The Feet of Judas

William Stanley Braithwaite
  Sandy Star and Willie Gee
    I. Sculptured Worship
    II.  Laughing It Out
    III.  The Exit
    IV.  The Way
    V. Onus Probandi
  Del Cascar
  Turn Me to My Yellow Leaves
  Ironic:  LL.D
  Scintilla
  Sic Vita
  Rhapsody

George Reginald Margetson
  Stanzas from The Fledgling Bard and the Poetry Society

James Weldon Johnson
  O Black and Unknown Bards
  Sence You Went Away
  The Creation
  The White Witch
  Mother Night
  O Southland
  Brothers
  Fifty Years

John Wesley Holloway
  Miss Melerlee
  Calling the Doctor
  The Corn Song
  Black Mammies

Leslie Pinckney hill
  Tuskegee
  Christmas at Melrose
  Summer Magic
  The Teacher

Edward Smyth Jones
  A Song of Thanks

Ray G. Dandridge
  Time to Die
  ’Ittle Touzle Head
  Zalka Peetruza
  Sprin’ Fevah
  De Drum Majah

Fenton Johnson
  Children of the Sun
  The New Day
  Tired
  The Banjo Player
  The Scarlet Woman

R. Nathaniel Dett
  The Rubinstein Staccato Etude

Georgia Douglas Johnson
  The Heart of a Woman
  Youth
  Lost Illusions
  I Want to Die While You Love Me
  Welt
  My Little Dreams

Claude McKAY
  The Lynching
  If We Must Die
  To the White Fiends
  The Harlem Dancer
  Harlem Shadows
  After the Winter
  Spring in New Hampshire
  The Tired Worker
  The Barrier
  To O. E. A
  Flame-Heart
  Two-an’-Six

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