0427 Jessie Redmon Fauset

Jessie Redmon Fauset

Again It Is September1917Poem
Christmas Eve in France (Oh little Christ, why do you sigh)1922Poemhttp://www.poemhunter.com/poem/christmas-eve-in-france/


Comedy, American Style (novel)1933Book
Courage! He Said (Ulysses, debarking in the Lotos Land)1929Poemhttp://www.ctadams.com/jessiefauset10.html
Dead Fires (If this is peace, this dead and leaden thing)1922Poemhttp://www.poemhunter.com/poem/dead-fires/



Dilworth Road Revisited1922Poem
Double Trouble1923Short Story
Emmy1912Short Story
Enigma (There is no peace with you)Poemhttp://www.afropoets.net/jessiefauset1.html

Here’s April!1924Poem
Impressions of the Second Pan-African Congress1921Essay
La Vie C’est la Vie (On summer afternoons I sit)1922Poemhttp://www.poemhunter.com/poem/la-vie-c-est-la-vie/


Lolotte, Who Attires My HairPoemhttp://www.ctadams.com/jessiefauset15.html
Mary Elizabeth1919Poem
My House and a Glimpse of My Life Therein1914Short Story
New Literature on the Negro1920Essay
Noblesse Oblige (Lolotte, who attires my hair)Poemhttp://famouspoetsandpoems.com/poets/jessie_redmon_fauset/poems/22393


Oblivion (I hope when I am dead that I shall lie)Poemhttp://www.poemhunter.com/poem/oblivion-33/


Oriflamme (I think I see her sitting bowed and black)1920Poemhttp://www.poemhunter.com/poem/oriflamme/


Plum Bun: A Novel without a Moral1928Book
Rain Fugue (Slanting, driving, Summer rain)1924Poemhttp://www.ctadams.com/jessiefauset13.html
Rencontre (My heart, which beat so passionless)1924Poemhttp://www.ctadams.com/jessiefauset12.html
Rondeau (When April’s here and meadows wide)1912Poemhttp://www.ctadams.com/jessiefauset11.html
Song for a Lost Comrade1922Poem
Stars in Alabama (In Alabama)1928Poemhttp://www.ctadams.com/jessiefauset14.html
The Chinaberry Tree: A Novel of American Life1931Book
The Gift of Laughter1925Essay
The Return1919Poem
The Sleeper Wakes1920Short Story
There is Confusion (novel)1924Book
There Was One Time: A Story of Spring1917Short Story
Touche (Dear, when we sit in that high, placid room)Poemhttp://www.ctadams.com/jessiefauset8.html
What Europe Thought of the Pan African Congress1921Essay
When Christmas Comes1922Short Story
Words! Words! (How did it happen that we quarreled?)Poemhttp://www.afropoets.net/jessiefauset4.html



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