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Author: Joel Chandler Harris
Publisher: BiblioBazaar, LLC
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Dodd, Mead & Company for permission to reprint six stories from UNCLE REMUS AND THE LITTLE BOY by Joel ... Inc. UNCLE REMUS RETURNS
Copyright, 1918. by Esther La Rose Harris SEVEN TALES OF UNCLE REMUS
Author: Joel Chandler Harris
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Brer Fox, Brer Rabbit, and their animal friends populate a series of stories collected on a Georgia plantation during the Civil War.
The Tar-Baby and Other Rhymes of Uncle Remus (1904) Told by Uncle Remus:
New Stories of the Old Plantation (1905) Uncle Remus and Brer Rabbit (1907)
Uncle Remus and the Little Boy (1910) Uncle Remus Returns (1918) The Witch ...
Author: Bernard A. Drew
Category: Literary Criticism
Even well-meaning fiction writers of the late Jim Crow era (1900–1955) perpetuated racial stereotypes in their depiction of black characters. From 1918 to 1952, Octavus Roy Cohen turned out a remarkable 360 short stories featuring Florian Slappey and the schemers, romancers and ditzes of Birmingham’s Darktown for The Saturday Evening Post and other publications. Cohen said, “I received a great deal of mail from Negroes and I have never found any resentment from a one of them.” The black readership had to be satisfied with any black presence in the popular literature of the day. The best known white writers of black characters included Booth Tarkington (Herman and Verman in the Penrod books), Irvin S. Cobb (Judge Priest’s houseman Jeff Poindexter), Roark Bradford (Widow Duck, the plantation matriarch), Hugh Wiley (Wildcat Marsden, the war veteran who traveled the country in the company of his goat) and Charles Correll and Freeman Gosden (radio’s Amos ’n’ Andy). These writers deservedly declined in the civil rights era, but left a curious legacy that deserves examination. This book, focusing on authors of series fiction and particularly of humorous stories, profiles 29 writers and their black characters in detail, with brief entries covering 72 others.
1910. Uncle Remus Returns. 1918. The Witch Wolf: An Uncle Remus Story. 1921
. Qua: A Romance of the Revolution, edited by Thomas H. English. 1946. Verse
The Tar-Baby and Other Rhymes of Uncle Remus. 1904. Other Editor and ...
Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education
... racial upheaval of postwar Atlanta; Told by Uncle Remus adds another twist in
its suggestion that Remus has returned to ... death — Uncle Remus and Brer
Rabbit , Uncle Remus and the Little Boy , Uncle Remus Returns [ 1918], ...
Author: Eric J. Sundquist
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
This powerful book argues that white culture in America does not exist apart from black culture. The revolution of the rights of man that established this country collided long ago with the system of slavery, and we have been trying to reestablish a steady course for ourselves ever since. To Wake the Nations is urgent and rousing: we have integrated our buses, schools, and factories, but not the canon of American literature. That is the task Eric Sundquist has assumed in a book that ranges from politics to literature, from Uncle Remus to African American spirituals. But the hallmark of this volume is a sweeping reevaluation of the glory years of American literature--from 1830 to 1930--that shows how white literature and black literature form a single interwoven tradition. By examining African America's contested relation to the intellectual and literary forms of white culture, Sundquist reconstructs the main lines of American literary tradition from the decades before the Civil War through the early twentieth century. An opening discussion of Nat Turner's "Confessions," recorded by a white man, Thomas Gray, establishes a paradigm for the complexity of meanings that Sundquist uncovers in American literary texts. Focusing on Frederick Douglass's autobiographical books, Herman Melville's Benito Cereno, Martin Delany's novel Blake; or the Huts of America, Mark Twain's Pudd'nhead Wilson, Charles Chesnutt's fiction, and W.E.B. Du Bois's The Souls of Black Folk and Darkwater, Sundquist considers each text against a rich background of history, law, literature, politics, religion, folklore, music, and dance. These readings lead to insights into components of the culture at large: slavery as it intersected with postcolonial revolutionary ideology; literary representations of the legal and political foundations of segregation; and the transformation of elements of African and antebellum folk consciousness into the public forms of American literature. "Almost certainly the finest book yet written on race and American literature," writes Arnold Rampersad of Princeton University. To Wake the Nations "amounts to a startlingly penetrating commentary on American culture, a commentary that should have a powerful impact on areas far beyond the texts investigated here."
Uncle Remus Returns (1918). The Witch Wolf: An Uncle Remus Story (1921).
Qua: A Romance of the Revolution (1946). Seven Tales of Uncle Remus (1948).
The Complete Tales of Uncle Remus (1955). —R. Bruce Bickley, Jr.
Author: Joseph M. Flora
Publisher: LSU Press
This new edition of Southern Writers assumes its distinguished predecessor's place as the essential reference on literary artists of the American South. Broadly expanded and thoroughly revised, it boasts 604 entries-nearly double the earlier edition's-written by 264 scholars. For every figure major and minor, from the venerable and canonical to the fresh and innovative, a biographical sketch and chronological list of published works provide comprehensive, concise, up-to-date information. Here in one convenient source are the South's novelists and short story writers, poets and dramatists, memoirists and essayists, journalists, scholars, and biographers from the colonial period to the twenty-first century. What constitutes a "southern writer" is always a matter for debate. Editors Joseph M. Flora and Amber Vogel have used a generous definition that turns on having a significant connection to the region, in either a personal or literary sense. New to this volume are younger writers who have emerged in the quarter century since the dictionary's original publication, as well as older talents previously unknown or unacknowledged. For almost every writer found in the previous edition, a new biography has been commissioned. Drawn from the very best minds on southern literature and covering the full spectrum of its practitioners, Southern Writers is an indispensable reference book for anyone intrigued by the subject.
The stories were first published in Uncle Remus: His Songs and His Sayings in
1880. ... and Other Rhymes of Uncle Remus, (1904); Told by Uncle Remus, (
1905); Uncle Remus and the Little Boy, (1910); and Uncle Remus Returns, (1918
Author: Caryn Hannan
Publisher: State History Publications
GEORGIA BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY is the definitive biographical reference work on people that have contributed to the history of Georgia. Biographees were chosen from various vocations. Activists, artists, authors, athletes, educators, business leaders, entertainers, historians, inventors, journalists, military figures, musicians, politicians, philanthropists, religious leaders and many other vocations. The place index will make it easy to research people from any place in Georgia. The editorial content of the work is well balanced over all time periods, as well as gender and political affiliations. The work contains historical and contemporary figures Minority studies are of special interest in schools today. February is Black History Month and November is National American Indian Heritage Month. Biographies on Native Americans and African Americans are included in this reference work for research on minority studies. March is National Women's History Month and GEORGIA BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY includes biographies on hundreds of women from various vocations, ethnicity and time periods. This unique reference work contains hundreds of biographies along with illustrations. GEORGIA BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY will be used year round in the various studies on Georgia history, Black history, American Indian history and Women's history.
Author: Georgia. State Library, AtlantaPublish On: 1900
Harris , J. C. — Uncle Remus Returns . 1918 . Harris , J. C. - Foundling Prince
and Other Tales . 1917 . Houghton , W. R. - From the Beginning until Now . n . d .
Houghton , W. R. - Two Boys in the Civil War and After . 1912 . Hutcheson , C. F. ...
UNCLE REMUS RETURNS ( 1918 ) 1 . Brother Rabbits Bear Hunt . Rabbit tricks
Fox and Wolf into helping him catch Bear . Bear cooperates in the pretense that
Rabbit is pursuing him ; and when Fox and Wolf try to stand their ground against
24 Both Uncle Remus and Miss Sally , now a grandmother , disapproved the
scientific methods by which the boy's ... 26 Joel Chandler Harris , Uncle Remus Returns ( Boston and New York : the Houghton Mifflin Company , 1918 ) , 83 , 84.
Author: Paul M. Cousins
Publisher: Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press
With Nights with Uncle Remus ( 1883 ) begins the series of books whose
manuscripts are represented by wholes or substantial parts , only Daddy Jake (
1889 ) , On the Plantation ( 1892 ) , and the posthumous Uncle Remus Returns ( 1918 ) ...
Author: BARTHOLOW V. CRAWFORD; ALEXANDER C. KERN; MORRISS H. NEEDLEMANPublish On: 1953
UNCLE REMUS SERIES Uncle Remus : His Songs and Sayingst ( 1880 ) ; The
Tar - Baby and Other Rhymes of Uncle ... Uncle Remus and Brer Rabbit ( 1906 ) ;
Uncle Remus and the Little Boy ( 1910 ) ; Uncle Remus Returns ( 1918 ) .
Author: BARTHOLOW V. CRAWFORD; ALEXANDER C. KERN; MORRISS H. NEEDLEMAN
Critical Studies : The Life and Letters of Harris by Julia Collier Harris , 1918 ;
Harris , Folklorist by Stella Brewer Brookes ... Uncle Remus and the Little Boy .
1910 . Uncle Remus Returns . 1918 . The Witch Wolf : An Uncle Remus Story .
Author: St James Press
Publisher: Saint James Press
Category: Best books
Devoted to those practitioners of the art of short fiction, this new 2nd edition offers thorough coverage of approximately 375 authors and 400 of their works. In a single volume, Reference Guide to Short Fiction features often-studied authors from around the world and throughout history, all selected for inclusion by a board of experts in the field. Reference Guide to Short Fiction is divided into two sections for easy study. The first section profiles the authors and offers personal and career details, as well as complete bibliographical information. A signed essay helps readers understand more about the author. These authors are covered: -- Sandra Cisneros -- Nikolai Gogol -- Ernest Hemingway -- Langston Hughes -- Gabriel Garcia Marquez -- Salman Rushdie -- Jean-Paul Sartre -- Edith Somerville -- Eudora Welty -- And others Section two helps readers gain deeper understanding of the authors and the genre with critical essays discussing 400 important works, including: -- "The Hitchiking Game", Milan Kundera -- "The Swimmer", John Cheever -- "The Dead", James Joyce -- "A Hunger Artist", Franz Kafka -- "How I Met My Husband", Alice Munro -- "Kew Gardens", Virginia Woolf This one-stop guide also provides easy access to works through the title index.
Uncle Remus and the Little Boy ( 1910 ) contains the six fables from Uncle
Remus's Magazine ; Uncle Remus Returns ( 1918 ) includes six plantation
stories and five Atlanta Remus stories that Julia Collier Harris found in old
newspaper and ...
Author: Gale Cengage
Publisher: Detroit, Mich. : Gale Research
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Profiles more than thirty American short-story writers from the period 1880-1910, presenting primary and secondary bibliographies and illustrated biographical essays that chronicle each writer's career in detail.
JOEL CHANDLER HARRIS 1848 - 1908 SEPARATE WORKS Uncle Remus : His
Songs and His Sayings , 1881 ... The Shadow Between His Shoulder - Blades ,
1909 ; Uncle Remus and the Little Boy , 1910 ; Uncle Remus Returns , 1918 ...
31 " ' Uncle Remus ' in His Career as Joel Chandler Harris , Author and Editor , "
1909 . ... B34 " Uncle Remus " : Joel Chandler Harris As Seen and Remembered
by a Few of His Friends , 1908 . Al " Uncle ... B2 Uncle Remus Returns , 1918 .
A friend of the Atlanta orator of the New South , Henry W. Grady , Harris began to
write his " Uncle Remus ' stories for ... Brer Rabbit in 1907 , and the posthumous
Uncle Remus and the Little Boy ( 1910 ) and Uncle Remus Returns ( 1918 ) .
Uncle Remus and the Little Boy . 1910 . Uncle Remus Returns . 1918 . The Witch
Wolf : An Uncle Remus Story . 1921 . Qua : A Romance of the Revolution , edited
by Thomas H . English . 1946 . Verse The Tar - Baby and Other Rhymes of ...