African-American Poetry of the Nineteenth Century: An Anthology

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Joan R. Sherman
University of Illinois Press, 1992 - Literary Criticism - 506 pages
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Afro-Americans of the nineteenth century are the invisible poets of our national literature. This anthology brings together 171 poems by 35 poets, from the best known to the unknown, in one volume.
 

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In this anthology, an expanded companion to Invisible Poets (Univ. of Illinois Pr., 1989. 2d ed.), Sherman makes visible the poems of the many "invisible'' African American poets from the 19th century ... Read full review

Contents

III
17
IV
38
V
41
VI
50
VII
54
VIII
71
IX
94
X
102
XXIII
293
XXIV
306
XXV
325
XXVI
342
XXVII
360
XXVIII
365
XXIX
382
XXX
386

XI
112
XII
146
XIII
153
XIV
166
XV
182
XVI
192
XVII
211
XVIII
221
XIX
236
XX
265
XXI
282
XXII
288
XXXI
416
XXXII
434
XXXIII
441
XXXIV
447
XXXV
456
XXXVI
464
XXXVII
472
XXXVIII
484
XXXIX
500
XL
504
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