The New Red Negro: The Literary Left and African American Poetry, 1930-1946

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Works Consulted

Archival Sources
Gwendolyn Bennétt Papers, Schomburg Center for the Research of Black Culture
Sterling Brown Papers, Moorland-Springarn Research Center, Howard University
Crusader News Agency Papers, Schomburg Center for the Research of Black Culture
Owen Dodson Papers, Moorland-Springarn Research Center, Howard University
Fantasy Magazine Papers, Beineke Library, Yale University
Langston Hughes Papers, Beineke Library, Yale University
Victor Jeremy Jerome Papers, Sterling Memorial Library, Yale University
James Weldon Johnson Collection, Beineke Library, Yale University
Joseph North Papers, Mugar Memorial Library, Boston University
Jean Toomer Papers, Beineke Library, Yale University
Dorothy West Papers, Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe College
Richard Wright Papers, Beineke Library, Yale University

Books, Articles, Broadsides, Pamphlets, and Dissertations

Aaron Daniel. Writers on the Left. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1961.

Aaron Daniel, and Robert Bendiner, eds. The Strenuous Decade. A Social and Intellectual Record of the 1930's. New York. Anchor, 1970.

Allen Donald M., ed. The New American Poetry. New York:Grove Press, 1960.

Allen Ernest, Jr. "The New Negro: Explorations in Identity and Social Consciousness, 1910-1922". In 1915, the Cultural Moment, edited by Adele Heller and Lois Rudnick, (48-68). New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1991.

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