Black Writers Display

January - February 2002

"Black Writers" was the theme of the January and February 2002 display. The display featured materials by and about influential black authors and orators. Resources included books, government documents, periodical articles, and internet resources that highlighted significant contributions to literature, political perspectives, and history.

Books featured in the display:

Location Call Number Title & Author
Stacks PR9387.9.A3 T5 1959 Things Fall Apart. Chinua Achebe
Stacks PS3545.R815 N3 Native Son. Richard Wright
Stacks PS3515 .U789 A6 1995 The Complete Stories. Zora Neale Hurston
Stacks PS3563 .O8749 B4 1987 Beloved : A Novel. Toni Morrison
Stacks PS3569 .H3324 N3 1978 Nappy Edges. Ntozake Shange
Stacks PR1297 .T57 1971 Three Black Writers in Eighteenth Century England. Francis D. Adams and Barry Sanders
Stacks PS3515.U274 A6 1974 Selected Poems of Langston Hughes. Langston Hughes
Stacks PS634 .B8 New Plays from the Black Theatre: An Anthology
Stacks PN6109.7 .H8 The Poetry of the Negro, 1746-1949: An Anthology. Langston Hughes and Arna Bontemps
Stacks PS634 .B7 Black drama: An Anthology. William Brasmer and Dominick Consolo.
Stacks PS634 .N38 1968 New Black Playwrights : An Anthology. William Couch, Jr
GOVDOC LC 1.6/4:AF 8 The African-American mosaic : a Library of Congress resource guide for the study of Black history and culture / edited by Debra Newman Ham ; with contributions by Beverly Brannan ... [et al.]
Library of Congress
GOVDOC E185.97 .K5 M37 1992 KIT Martin Luther King, Jr. [interactive multimedia] : the man, his dream, and the struggle for civil rights. Ted Koppel
Stacks PG3350 .T714 1970 Pushkin. Henri Troyat
Stacks PQ2230 .L83 The Fourth Musketeer. Jean Lucas-Dubreton
Stacks PQ2223 .N44 The Three Musketeers. Alexandre Dumas
Stacks PQ2231.Z5 B4 1950 Alexandre Dumas : A Biography and Study. A.Craig Bell

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Created by Evans Library Instructional Programs: Lois Crozier, Elisa Kermani, Joanne Savage, and Kathy Turner.