All those voices: the minority experience

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Macmillan, 1971 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 484 pages

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Contents

Convert the Indians
20
Man
66
TWO ROOTS OF PREJUDICE
82
William Shakespeare The Merchant of Venice
88
Samuel Clemens Concerning the Jews
130
Bleistein
144
A Study of
150
Norman Podhoretz My Negro Problemand Ours
165
THREE THE SEARCH FOR IDENTITY
282
Willard Motley The Almost White Boy
288
Josephine Miles Government Injunction Restraining
296
Herbert Wilner Dovisch in the Wilderness
307
Leo Litwak The Solitary Life of Man
333
Hyam Plutzik Portrait
351
Piri Thomas From Down These Mean Streets
365
FOUR TOWARD UNDERSTANDING
374

broadest possible sense for our premise is that at some point
171
Bret Harte Plain Language from Truthful
177
Henry Adams From Letters of Henry Adams
187
John Cleveland The Rebel Scot
195
George Bernard Shaw John Bulls Other Island Act I
226
Alfred E Smith Religious Prejudice and Politics
244
H Lawrence The English Are So Nice
255
College and at the Springfield City Library and to secretaries
256
John Steinbeck From Tortilla Flat
270
William Blake The Little Black Boy
380
Walt Whitman From Song of Myself
391
Hyam Plutzik For T S E Only
397
Lin Yutang From Chinatown Family
406
Lewis Nkosi The Rhythm of Violence
412
Marianne Moore In Distrust of Merits
463
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
473
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