Festus Claudius McKay

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Festus Claudius McKay: imago
Nativitas: 15 Septembris 1889, 1890; Clarendon Parish
Obitus: 22 Maii 1948; Sicagum
Patria: Iamaica

Officium

Munus: Poëta, Scriptor, mythistoricus
Patronus: Workers' Dreadnought

Memoria

Laurae: William E. Harmon Foundation award for distinguished achievement among Negroes
Sepultura: Calvary Cemetery

Festus Claudius McKay (natus Festus Claude McKay, 15 Septembris 1889[1] ; infarctu cordis mortuus 22 Maii 1948) fuit scriptor et poeta Iamaicanus-Americanus et auctor magni momenti in Renascentia Harlemensi. Quattuor scripsit mythistorias: Home to Harlem (1928), liber optime vendibilis qui Praemium rebus gestis distinctis inter Nigros Gulielmi E. Harmon litteris dicatum abstulit; Banjo (1929); Banana Bottom (1933); et Amiable With Big Teeth: A Novel of the Love Affair between the Communists and the Poor Black Sheep of Harlem (manuscriptum, 1941, nondum editum).[2] McKay etiam protulit congeries poematum; congeriem fabularum brevium (Gingertown, 1932); duos libros autobiographicos, A Long Way from Home (1937) et My Green Hills of Jamaica (post mortem editum); et tractatum sociohistoricum, Harlem: Negro Metropolis (1940). Harlem Shadows, congeries poematum, fuit inter primos libros per Renascentiam Harlemensem editos. Liber Selected Poems post mortem anno 1953 editus est.

Opera selecta[recensere | fontem recensere]

Congeries poematum[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Songs of Jamaica (1912)
  • Constab Ballads (1912)
  • Spring in New Hampshire and Other Poems (1920)
  • Harlem Shadows (1922)
  • The Selected Poems of Claude McKay (1953)
  • America (1921)

Fictio[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Home to Harlem (1928)
  • Banjo (1929)
  • Banana Bottom (1933)
  • Gingertown (1932)

Non fictio[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • A Long Way from Home (1937)
  • My Green Hills of Jamaica (1979)
  • Harlem: Negro Metropolis (1940)

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Generalia
  • Cooper, Wayne F. 1964. Claude McKay and the New Negro of the 1920's. Phylon 25(3)297–306.
  • Cooper, Wayne F. 1987. Claude McKay: Rebel Sojourner in the Harlem Renaissance: A Biography. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press. ISBN 0807113107.
  • Giles, James Richard. 1086. Claude McKay. Bostoniae: Twayne Publishers. ISBN 0805771719.
  • James, Winston. 2001. A Fierce Hatred of Injustice: Claude McKay's Jamaica and His Poetry of Rebellion. Londinii: Verso. ISBN 9781859847404.
  • James, Winston. 2003. Becoming the People's Poet: Claude McKay's Jamaican Years, 1889–1912. Small Axe: A Caribbean Journal of Criticism 13 (Martio):17–45.
  • Long, Richard A. 1985. Afro-American Writing: An Anthology of Prose and Poetry. Penn State Press. ISBN 0271003766.
  • Tillery, Tyrone. 1992. Claude McKay: A Black Poet's Struggle for Identity. Amherstiae: University of Massachusetts Press. ISBN 0870237624.
Commentarii in Chicago Defender
  • 1921. Claude McKay, African Poet, Made Co-Editor. The Chicago Defender, editio nationalis, 2 Aprilis.
  • 1922. McKay Going to Russia. The Chicago Defender, ed. nationalis, 19 Augusti.
  • 1928. Claude McKay, Noted Poet, Author, Once Idol of Russia, Dies Here. The Chicago Defender, 29 Maii.
  • Johnson, James Weldon. 1928. Claude McKay. The Chicago Defender, ed. nationalis, 3 Martii 3.

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. James 2003: nota 8.
  2. Felicia R. Lee, "New Novel of Harlem Renaissance Is Found," The New York Times, 14 Septembris 2012.

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