Claude McKay: A Black Poet's Struggle for Identity

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Bibliography

The Writings of Claude McKay

ARTICLES, REVIEWS, AND OTHER SHORT PIECES
"The American Type". Review of Three Soldiers, by John Dos Passos. Liberator, January 1922, 8-9.
"Anti-Semite Propaganda Fails to Attract Negroes". New Leader, 20 May 1939, 5-6.
"Author Assails Negro Congress for Message Sent to Washington on Jews: Calls Body Organization of Leaders; No Followers". New York Amsterdam News, 26 November 1939, 11.
"Author Decries Inroads Made by Communists". New York Amsterdam News, 17 September 1938.
"Birthright". Review of Birthright, by T. S. Stribling. Liberator, August 1922, 15-16.
"A Black Man Replies". Workers' Dreadnought. 24 April 1920.
"A Black Star". Review of 1921, Emperor Jones, by Eugene O'Neill. Liberator, August 25.
"Boyhood in Jamaica". Phylon 13 (Spring 1953): 134-45.
"The Capitalist Way: Lettow-Vorbeck". Workers' Dreadnought, 7 February 1920, 6.
"Claude McKay Replies to Poston on Solution of Negro Problems". New Leader, 7 December 1940, 6.
"Claude McKay Versus Powell". New York Amsterdam News, 6 November 1937, 4.
"Dynamite in Africa: Are the Popular Fronts Suppressing Colonial Independence?" Common Sense, March 1938, 8-11.
"English Journalists Investigate Bolshevism". Crusader, April 1921, 18- 19.
"Everybody's Doing It: Anti-Semitic Propaganda Fails to Attract Negroes; Harlemites Face Problems of All Other Slum Dwellers". New Leader, 20 May 1939, 5-6.
"Father Divine's Rebel Angel". American Mercury, September 1940, 73-80.
"Fear of Segregation Furthers Negro Disunity". New Leader, 15 November 1941, 4.
"For Group Survival". Jewish Frontier, October 1937, 43-45.
"Garvey as a Negro Moses". Liberator, April 1922, 8-9.
"Harlem Runs Wild". Nation, 3 April 1935, 382-83.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • 1 - In Search of Larger Worlds 3
  • 2 - In Search of Moorings 21
  • 3 - The Problems of a Black Radical: 1919-1923 38
  • 4 - "How Shall the Negro Be Portrayed?" and Home to Harlem 76
  • 5 - Banjo: Art and Self-Catharsis 107
  • 6 - Back to Harlem 126
  • 7 - I Have Come to Lead the Renaissance 148
  • 8 - A Long Way from Home 165
  • Notes 185
  • Bibliography 219
  • Index 231
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