Includes bibliographical references (p. 441-446).
|Statement||edited by Carolivia Herron.|
|Series||The Schomburg library of nineteenth-century Black women writers|
|LC Classifications||PS3513.R744 A6 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxvi, 449 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||449|
|LC Control Number||90023230|
Centered around the themes of death, women as objects of desire, lost love, motherhood, and children, the poems in this selection offer insight into the work of this well-known abolitionist and advocate of women's rights. Including Grimke's prose and drama, which often focus on lynching, this volume sheds new light on a perspective characterized by the African-American experience of racial. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Rok wyd. na ostatniej str. Description: XXXVI, s. ; 23 cm. Series Title: The Schomburg Library of. Selected works of Angelina Weld Grimké. [Angelina Weld Grimké; Carolivia Herron] -- "Centered around the themes of death, women as objects of desire, lost love, motherhood, and children, the poems in this selection offer insight into the work of this well-known abolitionist and. Selected Works of Angelina Weld Grimké (The Schomburg Library of Nineteenth-Century Black Women Writers) by Angelina Weld Grimké and Carolivia Herron | FREE Shipping by Amazon The Civil Rights Reader: American Literature from Jim Crow to Reconciliation.
Books by Angelina Weld Grimké Angelina Weld Grimké Average rating 1, ratings 53 reviews shelved 7, times Showing 16 distinct works. The Soul of a Woman (Black Classics) Selected Works of Angelina Weld Grimke (Schomburg Library of Nineteenth-Century Black Women Writers) Books by Angelina Weld Grimké Chloe Plus Olivia: An Anthology of Lesbian Literature from the 17th Century to the Present. The Public Years of Sarah and Angelina Grimké: Selected Writings New York: Columbia University Press. This valuable text contains the major works of the Grimké sisters (some of them excerpted) with short introductions by the editor. Grimké, Angelina. Walking by Faith: The Diary of Angelina Grimke, Ed. Charles. Angelina Weld Grimke was born into a legacy of advocacy for racial justice. As the daughter of Archibald Grimke, the second black to graduate from Harvard law and vice-president of the NAACP, Grimké’s heritage of racial equality can be further traced to her grand aunts, Angelina and Sarah Grimke, prominent abolitionists and advocates of women’s rights.
Angelina Weld Grimké, African-American poet and playwright, an important forerunner of the Harlem Renaissance. Grimké was born into a prominent biracial family of abolitionists and civil-rights activists; the noted abolitionists Angelina and Sarah Grimké were her great-aunts, and her father was the. Angelina Weld Grimké (Febru – J ) was an American journalist, teacher, playwright, and poet who came to prominence during the Harlem Renaissance. "Race" was a major issue in her life; although she was 75% white — a white mother and a half-white father — she was still a "woman of color". The Introduction to The Selected Works of Angelina Weld Grimké by Carolivia Herron. The Angelina Weld Grimké Collection at the Moorland-Spingarn Research Center of Howard University includes a note in Grimké's hand that lists the titles of a projected collection of list begins with the poem "An Epitaph," ;which depicts the futility and despair of the narrator who longs first for. Selected Works of Angelina Weld Grimké (Hardcover) By Angelina Weld Grimké, Carolivia Herron (Editor) Oxford University Press, USA, , pp.