Down home : a history of Afro-American short fiction from its beginnings to the end of the Harlem Renaissance / by Robert Bone.

By: Bone, Robert, 1924-2007Material type: TextTextSeries: New perspectives on Black America: Publisher: New York : Putnam, [1975]Description: xxii, 328 p. ; 22 cmISBN: 0399116028; 9780399116025Subject(s): Short stories, American -- History and criticism | American fiction -- African American authors -- History and criticism | Pastoral fiction, American -- History and criticism | Harlem (New York, N.Y.) -- Intellectual life -- 20th century | Southern States -- In literature | African Americans in literature | Country life in literature | Folklore in literature | Harlem RenaissanceAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Down home.DDC classification: 813/.01 LOC classification: PS153.N5 | B58 1975Other classification: HR 1728 Also issued online.
Contents:
The masks of slavery: 1885-1920: Literary forebears -- The oral tradition -- Paul Dunbar -- Charles Chesnutt -- The masks of Arcady: 1920-1935: The Harlem Renaissance: a reappraisal -- Three versions of pastoral -- Eric Walrond -- Jean Toomer -- Langston Hughes -- Arna Bontemps.
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Bibliography: p. 309-314.

Includes index.

pt. 1. The masks of slavery: 1885-1920: Literary forebears -- The oral tradition -- Paul Dunbar -- Charles Chesnutt -- pt. 2. The masks of Arcady: 1920-1935: The Harlem Renaissance: a reappraisal -- Three versions of pastoral -- Eric Walrond -- Jean Toomer -- Langston Hughes -- Epilogue: Arna Bontemps.

Also issued online.

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