Table of contents for Ebony rising : short fiction of the greater Harlem Renaissance era / edited by Craig Gable.


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Preface		Craig Gable
Acknowledgments
Introduction	Darryl Dickson-Carr
19121919
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Hope Deferred (1914)		Alice Dunbar-Nelson
The Closing Door (1919)	Angelina Weld Grimké
Mary Elizabeth (1919)	Jessie Redmon Fauset
1920
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The Comet (1920)	W. E. B. Du Bois
1921
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The Foolish and the Wise: Sallie Runner Is Introduced to Socrates (1921)	Leila Amos Pendleton
1922
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The Foolish and the Wise: Sanctum 777 N. S. D. C. O. U. Meets Cleopatra (1922)	Leila Amos Pendleton
Becky (1922)	Jean Toomer
1923
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Esther (1923)	Jean Toomer
1924
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Vignettes of the Dusk (1924)	Eric Walrond
Blue Aloes (1924)	Ottie B. Graham
Slackened Caprice (1924)	Ottie B. Graham
1925
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The City of Refuge (1925)	Rudolph Fisher
The Golden Penknife (1925)	S. Miller Johnson
Mademoiselle Tasie (1925)	Eloise Bibb Thompson
1926
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Grist in the Mill (1926)	Wallace Thurman
Hannah Byde (1926)	Dorothy West
Muttsy (1926)	Zora Neale Hurston
The Eatonville Anthology (1926)	Zora Neale Hurston
Cordelia the Crude (1926)	Wallace Thurman
Smoke, Lilies, and Jade (1926)	Richard Bruce Nugent
Wedding Day (1926)	Gwendolyn B. Bennett
1927
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City Love (1927)	Eric Walrond
Lynching for Profit (1927)	George S. Schuyler
Highball (1927)	Claude McKay
Game (1927)	Eugene Gordon
Masks (1927)	Eloise Bibb Thompson
1928
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Bathesda of Sinners Run (1928)	Maude Irwin Owens
He Must Think It Out (1928)	Florida Ruffin Ridley
Anthropoi (1928)	John F. Matheus
1929
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Prologue to a Life (1929)	Dorothy West
1930
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Sanctuary (1930)	Nella Larsen
Door-Stops (1930)	May Miller
Cross Crossings Cautiously (1930)	Anita Scott Coleman
1931
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Why Adam Ate the Apple (1931)	Mercedes Gilbert
The Needle's Point (1931)	J. Saunders Redding
1932
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Crazy Mary (1932)	Claude McKay
His Last Day (1932)	Chester Himes
1933
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A Summer Tragedy (1933)	Arna Bontemps
1934
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Barrel Staves (1934)	Arna Bontemps
Why, You Reckon (1934)	Langston Hughes
Spanish Blood (1934)	Langston Hughes
1935
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John Archer's Nose (1935)	Rudolph Fisher
1936
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Mob Madness (1936)	Marion Vera Cuthbert
Gesture (1936)	Georgia Douglas Johnson
1937
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Pope Pius the Only (1937)	Richard Bruce Nugent
Silt (1937)	Richard Wright
The Return of a Modern Prodigal (1937)	Octavia B. Wynbush
1938
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Hate Is Nothing (1938)	Marita Bonner
1939
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The Whipping (1939)	Marita Bonner
A Modern Fable (1939)	Chester Himes
1940
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A Matter of Record (1940)	Ted Poston
Girl, Colored (1940)	Marian Minus
Sources for Additional Short Stories by the Authors
Award-Winning Short Fiction from Opportunity and Crisis
Selected Resources for the Harlem Renaissance
A Selected Checklist of Common Issues, Topics, and Plot Components
About the Authors
Author Index
Credits
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Short stories, American African American authors, American fiction New York (State) New York, American fiction 20th century, African Americans Fiction, Harlem Renaissance