Selected Poems of Claude McKay

McKay, Claude; Dewey, John (Introduction by); Eastman, Max (Biographical Note by)

Verlag: New York, NY, Bookman Associates,, 1953
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A solid ex-library hardback copy, 1st edition, with the usual faults such as a pocket, tape, stamps, etc., in a very good plus DJ. The mylar protected DJ has a white sticker on the spine but is otherwise in very nice condition. Claude McKay, often considered the first great lyrical poet of his race, selected the poems for this book shortly before his death, including the famous poem "If We Must Die" Illustrated with a frontispiece portrait of the author, 8vo., 112 pages., 0.0 0.0 0.0. Buchnummer des Verkäufers

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Titel: Selected Poems of Claude McKay
Verlag: New York, NY, Bookman Associates,
Erscheinungsdatum: 1953
Einband: Hardcover
Zustand: Good
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Buchbeschreibung Dover Publications Inc., United States, 1999. Paperback. Zustand: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. In his 1918 autobiographical essay, A Negro Poet Writes, Claude McKay (1889-1948), reveals much about the wellspring of his poetry. I am a black man, born in Jamaica, B.W.I., and have been living in America for the last years. It was the first time I had ever come face to face with such manifest, implacable hate of my race, and my feelings were indescribable . Looking about me with bigger and clearer eyes I saw that this cruelty in different ways was going on all over the world. Whites were exploiting and oppressing whites even as they exploited and oppressed the yellows and blacks. And the oppressed, groaning under the leash, evinced the same despicable hate and harshness toward their weaker fellows. I ceased to think of people and things in the mass. [O]ne must seek for the noblest and best in the individual life only: each soul must save itself. So wrote the first major poet of the Harlem Renaissance, whose collection of poetry, Harlem Shadows (1922), is widely regarded as having launched the movement. But McKay s literary significance goes far beyond his fierce condemnations of racial bigotry and oppression, as is amply demonstrated by the universal appeal of his sonnet, If We Must Die, recited by Winston Churchill in a speech against the Nazis in World War II. While in Jamaica, McKay produced two works of dialect verse, Songs of Jamaica and Constab Ballads, that were widely read on the island. In richly authentic dialect, the poet evoked the folksongs and peasant life of his native country. The present volume, meticulously edited and with an introduction by scholar Joan R. Sherman, includes a representative selection of this dialect verse, as well as uncollected poems, and a generous number in standard English from Harlem Shadows. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers AAC9780486408767

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Buchbeschreibung Dover Publications Inc., United States, 1999. Paperback. Zustand: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. In his 1918 autobiographical essay, A Negro Poet Writes, Claude McKay (1889-1948), reveals much about the wellspring of his poetry. I am a black man, born in Jamaica, B.W.I., and have been living in America for the last years. It was the first time I had ever come face to face with such manifest, implacable hate of my race, and my feelings were indescribable . Looking about me with bigger and clearer eyes I saw that this cruelty in different ways was going on all over the world. Whites were exploiting and oppressing whites even as they exploited and oppressed the yellows and blacks. And the oppressed, groaning under the leash, evinced the same despicable hate and harshness toward their weaker fellows. I ceased to think of people and things in the mass. [O]ne must seek for the noblest and best in the individual life only: each soul must save itself. So wrote the first major poet of the Harlem Renaissance, whose collection of poetry, Harlem Shadows (1922), is widely regarded as having launched the movement. But McKay s literary significance goes far beyond his fierce condemnations of racial bigotry and oppression, as is amply demonstrated by the universal appeal of his sonnet, If We Must Die, recited by Winston Churchill in a speech against the Nazis in World War II. While in Jamaica, McKay produced two works of dialect verse, Songs of Jamaica and Constab Ballads, that were widely read on the island. In richly authentic dialect, the poet evoked the folksongs and peasant life of his native country. The present volume, meticulously edited and with an introduction by scholar Joan R. Sherman, includes a representative selection of this dialect verse, as well as uncollected poems, and a generous number in standard English from Harlem Shadows. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers AAC9780486408767

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