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" He is passing away just as surely as the old type of Southern gentleman is passing, and from not dissimilar causes,- the sudden transformation of a fair faroff ideal of Freedom into the hard reality of breadwinning and the consequent deification of Bread. "
Booker T. Washington in Perspective: Essays of Louis R. Harlan - Page 106
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The Souls of Black Folk: Essays and Sketches

William Edward Burghardt Du Bois - African Americans - 1903 - 264 pages
...well-paid porters and artisans, the businessmen, — all those with property and money ._ And with all this change, so curiously parallel to that of the...laments to-day the slow, steady disappearance of a certain~T;ype ~of Negro, — the -faithful, courteous slave of~offieF9ays7 with his incorruptible honesty...
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The Souls of Black Folk: Essays and Sketches

William Edward Burghardt Du Bois - African Americans - 1907 - 264 pages
...well-paid porters and artisans, the business- . men, — all those with property and money. And \S with all this change, so curiously parallel to that of the...Other-world, goes too the same inevitable change in ideals/y The South laments to-day the slow, steady disappearance of a certain type of Negro, — the...
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The Golden Age of Black Nationalism, 1850-1925

Wilson Jeremiah Moses - Religion - 1988 - 345 pages
...well-paid porters and artisans, the businessmen, — all those with property and money. And with all this change, so curiously parallel to that of the...type of Negro, — the faithful, courteous slave of dther days, with his incorruptible honesty and dignified humility. He is passing away just as surely...
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Black Messiahs and Uncle Toms: Social and Literary Manipulations of a ...

Wilson Jeremiah Moses - Social Science - 2010
...approach, ready to lay down our lives, if need be, in defense of yours. . . .0l WEB Du Bois commented on "the slow, steady disappearance of a certain type...his incorruptible honesty and dignified humility. "02 He also alluded to the "deep religious fatalism, painted so beautifully in 'Uncle Tom.' "03 Du...
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Black and White Strangers: Race and American Literary Realism

Kenneth W. Warren - Literary Criticism - 1995 - 178 pages
...woman in Charleston. Du Bois, in The Souls of Black Folk, had warned his reader not to expect to find "the faithful, courteous slave of other days, with his incorruptible honesty and dignified humility . . . [who] is passing away just as surely as the old type of Southern gentleman is passing" (S, 418)....
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African American Organized Crime: A Social History

Rufus Schatzberg, Robert J. Kelly - Social Science - 1997 - 264 pages
...people unwilling to accommodate the traditional subservient roles of Southern life. Du Bois wrote that, "the south laments today the slow, steady disappearance...faithful, courteous slave of other days, with his dignified . . . humility."13 Young African Americans spoke loudly and unequivocally with their feet....
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Ethnic Diversity in Communities and Schools: Recognizing and Building on ...

Kathryn M. Borman, M. Yvette Baber - Education - 1998 - 238 pages
...1993). WEB DuBois who himself crossed and recrossed NorthSouth boundaries during this period noted "the South laments today the slow,, steady disappearance...the faithful, courteous slave of other days with his dignified . . . humility." Yet, as we have seen in Moses' account of his own life, the institutions...
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W.E.B. Du Bois and Race: Essays Celebrating the Centennial Publication of ...

Chester J. Fontenot, Mary Alice Morgan - Biography & Autobiography - 2001 - 198 pages
...the occupational structure of black leadership in the South with the loss of what he describes as: "a certain type of Negro, — the faithful, courteous...his incorruptible honesty and dignified humility." Du Bois attributes this loss to the rise of the new leaders of "Negro opinion," who, according to Du...
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Renaissance in Charleston: Art and Life in the Carolina Low Country, 1900-1940

James M. Hutchisson, Harlan Greene - Literary Criticism - 2003 - 259 pages
...and without the "Veil" of race. He also sardonically commented on the white Souths lamentation for "the slow, steady disappearance of a certain type...his incorruptible honesty and dignified humility." This figure, Du Bois added, "is passing away just as surely as the old type of Southern gentleman is...
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So Black and Blue: Ralph Ellison and the Occasion of Criticism

Kenneth W. Warren - Literary Criticism - 2003 - 131 pages
...be claimed to mark no shift at all from earlier work. Du Bois in Souls of Black Folk had argued that "the faithful, courteous slave of other days, with his incorruptible honesty and dignified humility" was "passing away just as surely as the old type of Southern gentleman is passing, and from not dissimilar...
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