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The Negro in Literature and Art in the United States

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Noted African-American author and educator, Benjamin Brawley, presents short biographies of other African-Americans in the fields of literature and other arts including poets, artists, musicians, and orators. These range from well known figures such as poets Paul Laurence Dunbar and William Stanley Braithwaite to lesser known artists such as composer Will Marion Cook and sculptor Meta Warrick Fuller. Works from many of the authors discussed are available in the LibriVox catalog. (Summary by Larry Wilson) (4 hr 21 min)

Chapters

Preface

2:36

Read by Larry Wilson

The Negro Genius

9:07

Read by Wayne Cooke

Phillis Wheatley

35:21

Read by Leannie Rach

Paul Laurence Dunbar

17:36

Read by Andrew Kennedy

Charles W. Chesnutt

7:52

Read by Leannie Rach

W. E. Burghardt Du Bois

8:48

Read by Wayne Cooke

William Stanley Braithwaite

13:27

Read by Andrew Kennedy

Other Writers

26:52

Read by Andrew Kennedy

Orators - Douglass And Washington

19:49

Read by KirksVoice

The Stage

7:22

Read by Wayne Cooke

Painters - Henry O. Tanner

13:38

Read by drandall

Sculptors - Meta Warrick Fuller

18:48

Read by Andrew Kennedy

Music

19:26

Read by Olivia Darla

General Progress 1918-1921

20:00

Read by drandall

Charles S. Gilpin

9:27

Read by MsToniHillK

Appendix The Negro In American Fiction

31:19

Read by Andrew Kennedy