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" Hear my cry, O God the Reader; vouchsafe that this my book fall not still-born into the world wilderness. Let there spring, Gentle One, from out its leaves vigor of thought and thoughtful deed to reap the harvest wonderful. Let the ears of a guilty people... "
Negro History: 1553-1903 - Page 83
by Edwin Wolf 2nd, Edwin Wolf, II - 83 pages
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The Souls of Black Folk: Essays and Sketches

William Edward Burghardt Du Bois - African Americans - 1903 - 264 pages
...j) -* - long the heav - en ly way. FF =^ E^EE ^ -en THE AFTER-THOUGHT Hear my cry, 0 God the Reader; vouchsafe that this my book fall not still-born into the world wilderness. Let there spring, Gentle One, from out its leaves vigor of thought and thoughtful...
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The Twentieth Century Magazine, Volume 1

Benjamin Orange Flower, Charles Zueblin - Twentieth century - 1910
...morning stars sat singing." And finally the grand and touching postlude to the book : " Hear my cry, О God the Reader; vouchsafe that this my book fall not still-born into the world wilderness. Let there spring, Gentle One, from out its leaves vigor of thought and thoughtful...
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The Twentieth Century Magazine, Volume 1

Benjamin Orange Flower, Charles Zueblin - Twentieth century - 1910
...morning stars sat singing." And finally the grand and touching postlude to the book: " Hear my cry, О God the Reader; vouchsafe that this my book fall not still-born into the world wilderness. Let there spring, Gentle One, from out its leaves vigor of thought and thoughtful...
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Three Negro Classics

James Weldon Johnson - Social Science - 1999 - 512 pages
...himself, and sets his face toward the Morning, and goes his way. THE AFTER-THOUGHT Hear my cry, O Cod the Reader; vouchsafe that this my book fall not still-born into the world wilderness. Let there spring. Gentle One, from out its leaves vigor of thought and thoughtful...
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An ABC of Color: Selections Chosen by the Author from Over a Half Century of ...

W E B Du Bois, PH.D. - Social Science - 1969 - 215 pages
...beautiful robes of Pan-African socialism. Excerpt: National Guardian, Dec. 22, 1958 THE AFTER-THOUGHT Hear my cry, O God the Reader; vouchsafe that this my book fall not stillborn into the world wilderness. Let there spring, Gentle One, from out its leaves vigor of thought and thoughtful...
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The Souls of Black Folk

William Edward Burghardt Du Bois - Literary Collections - 1903 - 165 pages
This landmark book is a founding work in the literature of black protest. W. E. B. Du Bois (1868-1963) played a key role in developing the strategy and program that dominated ...
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Color Conscious: The Political Morality of Race

Kwame Anthony Appiah, Amy Gutmann - Philosophy - 1998 - 200 pages
In America today, the problem of achieving racial justice--whether through "color-blind" policies or through affirmative action--provokes more noisy name-calling than fruitful ...
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African Intellectual Heritage: A Book of Sources

Molefi K. Asante, Abu Shardow Abarry - History - 1996 - 828 pages
...and value for its artists. The invocation that concludes The Souls of Black Folk has been answered: "Hear my cry, O God the Reader; vouchsafe that this my book fall not still-born into the world wilderness." The book had little chance of falling still-born. The whole way of life that it...
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Centuries' Ends, Narrative Means

Robert D. Newman - Literary Criticism - 1996 - 387 pages
...this final possibility than Du Bois's "After-thought," conveyed in the form of a sacrificial offering. "Hear my cry, O God the Reader; vouchsafe that this my book fall not stillborn into the world wilderness" (389). DAVID MCWHIRTER What's Awkward About The Awkward Age? The title of Henry James's...
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The Science of Sacrifice: American Literature and Modern Social Theory

Susan L. Mizruchi - Literary Criticism - 1998 - 496 pages
From ritual killings to subtle acts of self-denial, the practice and rhetoric of sacrifice has a special centrality in modern American literature. In a compelling ...
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