Acknowledgments
" Name, Race, and Gift in Common" by Langston Hughes. From Voices 140 (Winter 1950): 54-56. © 1950 by Harold Vinal. Reprinted by permission.
" The Role of Violence in Recent Poems of Gwendolyn Brooks" by William Hansell. From Studies in Black Literature 5, no. 2 (Summer 1974): 21-27. © 1974 by Raman K. Singh. Reprinted by permission.
" Gwendolyn Brooks's Way with the Sonnet" by Gladys Margaret Williams. From CLA Journal 26, no. 2 ( December 1982): 215-40. © 1983 by the College Language Association. Reprinted by permission.
"' Taming All That Anger Down': Rage and Silence in Gwendolyn Brooks' Maud Martha" by Mary Helen Washington. From The Massachusetts Review 24, no. 2 (Summer 1983): 453-66. © 1984 by The Massachusettts Review, Inc. Reprinted by permission.
" Gwendolyn Brooks's A Street in Bronzeville, The Harlem Renaissance and the Mythologies of Black Women" by Gary Smith. From MELUS 10, no 3 (Fall 1983): 33-46. © 1982 by MELUS, The Society for the Study of the Multi‐ Ethnic Literature of the United States, and the University of Cincinnati. Reprinted by permission.
" Dual Vision in Gwendolyn Brooks's Maud Martha" by Patricia H. Lattin and Vernon E. Lattin . From Critique 25, no. 4 (Summer 1984): pp. 180-88. Reprinted with permission of Helen Dwight Reid Educational Foundation. Published by Heldref Publications, 1319 Eighteenth Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036‐ 1802. © 1984.

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