0188 Sterling Allen Brown

Sterling Allen Brown

A Century of Negro Portraiture in American Literature1966Essay
A Son’s Return: Oh, Didn’t He Ramble1979Essay
A Son’s Return: Selected Essays of Sterling A. Brown1996Collection
Arna Bontemps: Co-Worker, Comrade1973Essay
Cabaret (Rich, flashy, puffy-faced)Poemhttp://www.afropoets.net/sterlingbrown9.html

Long Track Blues (Went down to the yards)Poemhttp://www.afropoets.net/sterlingbrown7.html

Ma Rainey (When Ma Rainey)Poemhttp://www.poetryfoundation.org/archive/poem.html?id=177006


Memphis Blues (Nineveh, Tyre)Poemhttp://www.afropoets.net/sterlingbrown5.html

Mose (Mose is black and evil)Poemhttp://www.afropoets.net/sterlingbrown6.html

Negro Characters as Seen by White Authors1933Essay
Negro Poetry (literary criticism)Essay
Negro Poetry and Drama (criticism)1937Essay
Old Lem (I talked to old Lem)Poemhttp://www.poetryfoundation.org/archive/poem.html?id=237922


On Dialect Usage1985Essay
Our Literary Audience1994Essay
Outline for the Study of Poetry of American Negroes1931Essay
Riverbank Blues (A man git his feet set in a sticky mudbank)1980Poemhttp://www.poets.org/viewmedia.php/prmMID/15489


Sister Lou (Honey)Poemhttp://www.goodmorals.org/poetry/BrownS-SisterLou.htm
Slim Greer in Hell (Slim Greer went to heaven)1980Poemhttp://www.poets.org/viewmedia.php/prmMID/15488


Southern Road (poems)1932Collection
Southern Road (Swing dat hammer-hunh)1932Poemhttp://www.poets.org/viewmedia.php/prmMID/15490


Strong Men (They dragged you from the homeland, They chained you)Poemhttp://www.afropoets.net/sterlingbrown10.html

The Collected Poems of Sterling A. Brown1980Collection
The Last Ride of Wild Bill and Eleven Narrative Poems1975Collection
The Negro Caravan (anthology)1941Collection
The Negro in American Fiction (criticism)1937Essay
When de Saints Go Ma’chin Home (He’d play, after the bawdy songs)Poemhttp://www.goodmorals.org/poetry/BrownS-WhenDeSaints.htm


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