Ioannes Toomer

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Ioannes Toomer: imago
Nativitas: 26 Decembris 1894; Vasingtonia
Obitus: 30 Martii 1967; Doylestown
Patria: Civitates Foederatae Americae

Officium

Munus: Poëta, mythistoricus, Scriptor
Commeatus diploma Ioannis Toomer (1926)

Ioannes Toomer (vulgo Jean Toomer; natus Nathan Pinchback Toomer 26 Decembris 1894; mortuus 30 Martii 1967) fuit poëta et scriptor mythistoriarum Americanus et persona magni momenti in Renascentia Harlemensi et modernismo. Cane, eius liber primus, anno 1923 prolatus, a nonnullis liber Toomeranus maximi momenti aestimatur.[1] Toomer, vir phylae mixtae, plerumque Europaeae, se Americanum appellari maluit, conatibus in genus scriptorum aethiopicorum describi resistens.

Poemata, fabulas breves, et commentarios scribere solebat. Post matrimonium secundum, anno 1934, a Novo Eboraco ad Doylestown Pennsylvaniae migravit, ubi socius Religiosae Amicorum Sodalitatis factus est, seque a vita publica removit. Eius scripta et bona a Bibliotheca Beinecke in Universitate Yalensi conservantur.

Opera[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Cane. 1923. Novi Eboraci: Boni and Liveright. ISBN 0871401517.
  • Problems of Civilization. 1929. Cum Ellsworth Huntington, Whiting Williams, et aliis. Novi Eboraci: D. Van Nostrand Co.
  • Essentials: Definitions and Aphorisms. 1931. Sicagi: Lakeside Press.
  • An Interpretation of Friends Worship. 1947. Philadelphiae: Committee on Religious Education of Friends General Conference.
  • The Flavor of Man. 1949. Philadelphiae: Young Friends Movement of the Philadelphia Yearly Meeting.
  • The Collected Poems of Jean Toomer. 1988. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. ISBN 0807842095.
  • The Letters of Jean Toomer, 1919–1924. 2006. University of Tennessee Press.

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Biographia, Poetry Foundation.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Foley, Barbara. 1988. "In the Land of Cotton": Economics and Violence in Jean Toomer's Cane. African American Review 32 (aestas).
  • Foley, Barbara. 1995. Jean Toomer's Sparta. American Literature 67 (December).
  • Foley, Barbara. 1996. Jean Toomer's Washington and the Politics of Class: From "Blue Veins" to Seventh-Street Rebels. Modern Fiction Studies 42(aestas 1996): 289–321.
  • Feith, Michael, et Genevieve Fabre, eds. 2000. Jean Toomer and the Harlem Renaissance. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press. ISBN 0813528461.
  • Kerman, Cynthia Earl, et Richard Eldridge. 1987. The Lives of Jean Toomer: A Hunger for Wholeness. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press.
  • Lee, Felicia R. 2010. Scholars Say Chronicler of Black Life Passed for White. New York Times, 26 December.
  • McKay, Nellie Y. 1984. Jean Toomer, Artist: A Study of His Literary Life and Work, 1894-1936. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.
  • Ostrom, Hans. 2006. Jean Toomer. In The Coast Starlight: Collected Poems 1976-2006. Poema. Indianapoli: Dog Ear Publishing, p. 17. Primum prolatum in Xavier Review 23(2) (autumno).
  • Petesch, Donald A. 1989. A Spy in the Enemy's Country: The Emergence of Modern Black Literature. University of Iowa Press.
  • Pfeiffer, Kathleen, ed. 2010. Brother Mine: The Correspondence of Jean Toomer and Waldo Frank. Sicagi: University of Illinois Press.
  • Schneider, Dan. 2006. Book Review: Cane, Hackwriters Maio.
  • Scruggs, Charles. Jean Toomer. In Modern American Poetry. Champagne-Urbana: University of Illinois.
  • Siegel, Robert, et Professor Byrd. 2010. A New Look at the Llife of Jean Toomer. NPR, 30 December. Transcriptum et audio, 5 min.
  • Turner, Darwin T. 1993. Introduction. In Cane Ioannis Toomer, ix-xxv. Novi Eboraci: Liveright. ISBN 0871401517.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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