Table of contents for Pauline E. Hopkins : a literary biography / Hanna Wallinger.

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List of Illustrations	oo
Acknowledgments	oo
Introduction	1
Restlessness of the Spirit (1859-1900)
	Background and Beginnings	00
	Performances and Peculiar Sam	000
Negotiations in Race and Gender (1900-1905)
	The Colored American Magazine	000
	The Use of Pseudonyms	000
	Booker T. Washington and Famous Men	000
	The Black Woman's Era	000
	The Voices of the Dark Races	000
Negotiations in Literature (1900-1905)
	The Values of Race Literature	000
	Contending Forces of the Slave Past	000
	Hagar's Beautiful Daughters	000
	Winona, Manhood, and Heroism	000
	Of One Blood and the Future African American	000
	Folk Characters and Dialect Writing	000
	Short Stories in the Colored American Magazine	000
Voices and Silences (1905-1930)
	On the Platform with Prominent Speakers	000
	The New Era Magazine	000
	The Late Years	000
	A Primer of Facts, by Pauline E. Hopkins	000
Notes	000
Bibliography	000
Index	000
Pauline E. Hopkins (1900) 	000
Title page of Contending Forces	000
Hopkins' Colored Troubadours	000
Colored American Magazine (1902)	000
Founders of the Colored American Magazine	000
Advertisement for the Colored American Magazine	000
Pauline E. Hopkins and Albreta Moore Smith (1901) 	000
Colored American Magazine (1904) 	000
Booker T. Washington	000
Letter from John C. Freund to William H. Dupree	000
Mary Church Terrell	000
G. M. McClellan	000
Illustration for Hagar's Daughter	000
Pauline E. Hopkins (1905) 	000
New Era Magazine (March 1916) 	000
William Monroe Trotter	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Hopkins, Pauline E. (Pauline Elizabeth).
Authors, American -- 19th century -- Biography.
Authors, American -- 20th century -- Biography.
African American women -- Intellectual life.
Women and literature -- United States.
African American authors -- Biography.
African Americans in literature.