Alicia Dunbar Nelson

E Vicipaedia
Salire ad: navigationem, quaerere
Alicia Dunbar Nelson.

Alicia Ruta Moore Dunbar Nelson (nata Alice Ruth Moore, 19 Iulii 187518 Septembris 1935) fuit poetria, diurnaria, et agitatrix politica Americana. Quae inter primam aetatem in Meridie post bellum liberam natam, fuit una ex Afroamericanis qui artifices Renascentiam Harlemensems moverunt. Primus maritus fuit poeta Paulus Laurentius Dunbar; quo autem mortuo, ea medico Henrico A. Callis ac tandem Roberto J. Nelson nupsit, poetae et agitatori pro iuribus civilibus.

Opera[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • 1899. The Goodness of St. Rocque and Other Stories. Inter quae "Titée" (retractata), "Little Miss Sophie," et "A Carnival Jangle."
  • 1909. Wordsworth's Use of Milton's Description of the Building of Pandemonium. Modern Language Notes.
  • 1914. Masterpieces of Negro Eloquence.
  • 1917. People of Color in Louisiana. Journal of Negro History.
  • 1918. Mine Eyes Have Seen. The Crisis. Ludus scaenicus in uno actu.
  • Poemata miscellanea. Crisis, Ebony and Topaz, periodico National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
  • Poemata miscellanea. Opportunity, periodico Foederis Urbani.
  • 1927. Caroling Dusk: A Collection of African-American Poets.
  • 1927. "Snow in October" et "Sonnet."
  • 1924. The Colored United States. The Messenger Magazine.
  • 1926. From a Woman's Point of View. Columna in Pittsburgh Courier diario.
  • 19261930. As in a Looking Glass. Columna in Washington Eagle diario.
  • 1930. So It Seems to Alice Dunbar-Nelson. Columna in Pittsburgh Courier diario.
  • 1984. Give Us Each Day: The Diary of Alice Dunbar-Nelson, ed. Gloria T. Hull. Novi Eboraci: Norton.
  • 1985. Violets and Other Tales. Bostoniae: Monthly Review. Fabulae breves et poemata, inter quae "Titée," "A Carnival Jangle," et "Little Miss Sophie."

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]