Poetry Books by Claude Mckay

Claude Mckay Books, Claude Mckay poetry book Will Mckay Authors: Claude Sirmons
Publisher: Llumina Press
Published Date: 2004-10
Categories: Fiction
Will McKay thinks the valley a peaceful haven for his family. But when he runs afoul of Indians and a lost girl reveals the hideout of vicious outlaws, he knows he's in for worse than bad weather. Now he must fight to save all he holds dear.

Claude Mckay Books, Claude Mckay poetry book "Look for Me All Around You" Authors: Louis J. Parascandola
Publisher: Wayne State University Press
Published Date: 2005
Categories: History
This anthology is the first to fully integrate the political and literary writings of Anglophone Caribbean authors in the Harlem Renaissance.

Claude Mckay Books, Claude Mckay poetry book Pieces of a Man Authors: Paul Laurence Dunbar, Claude McKay, Charles Waddell Chesnutt
Publisher: X-Pr
Published Date: 2000
Categories: Fiction
A collection of stories from some of the best and most well known black writers make up this new volume in the well-established Black Classics Series. Both eerie and saddening and filled with tragedies, its essence is about the struggle of the black man to become spiritually whole again after the legacy of slavery and the brutality of prejudice. Contributors include Charles W Chesnutt, James Weldon Johnson, Claude McKay and Paul Lawrence Dunbar.

Claude Mckay Books, Claude Mckay poetry book Romance in Marseille Authors: Claude McKay
Publisher: Penguin Classics
Published Date: 2020
Categories: Fiction
"Buried in the archive for almost ninety years, Claude McKay's Romance in Marseille traces the adventures of a rowdy troupe of dockworkers, prostitutes, and political organizers--collectively straight and queer, disabled and able-bodied, African, European, Caribbean, and American. Set largely in the culture-blending Vieux Port of Marseille at the height of the Jazz Age, the novel takes flight along with Lafala, an acutely disabled but abruptly wealthy West African sailor"--

Claude Mckay Books, Claude Mckay poetry book Harlem Glory Authors: Claude McKay
Publisher: Charles H Kerr Publishing Company
Published Date: 1990-01-01
Categories: Fiction
Written in the late 1940s but unpublished till now, this superb portrayal of Black life during the Great Depression and the New Deal is virtually a sequel to the classic Home to Harlem. Mckay's vivid, warm evocations of the omnipresent numbers racket, all-night jazz parties and the whole exuberant and cacophonous clash of social movements and ideologies - Black nationalism and industrial unionism as well as incipient Muslim and other heterodox religious formations - provide the context for a fast-paced narrative of love, work, play and revolt in Black America during one of the most stirring periods in US history. Astutely sensitive to the extraordinary vitality and diversity of Black culture, and drawing on the author's experiences in the IWW and the extreme Left of the socialist movement, Harlem Glory reveals Claude McKay at his very best.

Claude Mckay Books, Claude Mckay poetry book Banana Bottom Authors: Claude McKay
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Published Date: 1974
Categories: Fiction
After seven years of English schooling, Bita Plant has difficulty returning to the primitive life-style of her native Jamaican village

Claude Mckay Books, Claude Mckay poetry book Banjo Authors: Claude McKay
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Published Date: 1970
Categories: Fiction
A wandering Black longshoreman searches for racial and individual identity amid the fugitives who congregate in the waterfront slums of Marseilles

Claude Mckay Books, Claude Mckay poetry book A Fierce Hatred of Injustice Authors: Winston James, Claude McKay
Publisher: Verso
Published Date: 2000
Categories: Literary Criticism
Analyzes the themes and politics of the early Jamaican works of poet Claude McKay, known for his works on the African Diaspora; explores his use of Jamaican creole; and collects early poems and a comic sketch about Jamaican peasant life.

Claude Mckay Books, Claude Mckay poetry book Harlem Shadows Authors: Claude McKay
Publisher: Franklin Classics
Published Date: 2018-10-12
Categories:
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Claude Mckay Books, Claude Mckay poetry book Home to Harlem Authors: Claude McKay
Publisher: UPNE
Published Date: 2012-09-11
Categories: Fiction
A novel that gives voice to the alienation and frustration of urban blacks during an era when Harlem was in vogue

Claude Mckay Books, Claude Mckay poetry book Selected Poems Authors: Claude McKay
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Published Date: 2012-07-11
Categories: Poetry
New compilation of verse by an important Jamaican-American poet. Dialect verse, standard English poems from Harlem Shadows, uncollected works, more. Edited and with an introduction by Joan R. Sherman.

Claude Mckay Books, Claude Mckay poetry book Harlem Renaissance Authors: Rafia Zafar
Publisher:
Published Date: 2011
Categories: Fiction
A diverse collection includes Jean Toomer's Cane, Claude McKay's Home to Harlem, Nella Larsen's Quicksand, Jessie Fauset's Plum Bun and Wallace Thurman's The Blacker the Berry.



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