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Hughes, Langston

  1. In Bloom, Harold, ed. African-American Poets: Phyllis Wheatley through Melvin B. Tolson. Philadelphia : Chelsea House Publishers, c2003. pp.205-236.
    Criticism -- Poetry -- " Dream Boogie" -- "Flight" -- "Summer Night" -- "The Trumpet Player: 57th Street" -- "Weary Blues"

  2. In Bloom, Harold, ed. Black American Prose Writers of the Harlem Renaissance. New York : Chelsea House, c1994. pp. 62-77.
    Criticism -- Works

  3. In Bloom, Harold, ed. Harlem Renaissance. Philadelphia: Chelsea House Publishers, c2004. pp. 35-52.
    Criticism -- Poetry

  4. In Bone, Robert. Down home: a History of Afro-American Short Fiction from its Beginnings to the End of the Harlem Renaissance. New York: Putnam, 1975. pp. 239-272
    Biography -- Short Stories -- Laughing to Keep from Crying -- The Ways of White Folks

  5. In Bone, Robret A. The Negro Novel in America. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1958. pp. 75-77, see also index.
    Criticism -- Not Without Laughter

  6. In Butterfield, Stephen. Black Autobiography in America. Amherst : University of Massachusetts Press, l974. pp. 146-151.
    Biography -- Criticism -- The Big Sea --

  7. In Davis, Arthur Paul. From the Dark Tower; Afro-American Writers 1900 to 1960. Washington: Howard University Press, 1974. pp. 61-73, see also index.
    Criticism -- Works -- "A Dream Deferred"

  8. In Fabre, Michel. From Harlem to Paris: Black American Writers in France, 1840-1980. Urbana : University of Illinois Press, c1991. pp. 63-74, plus see index.
    Biography -- Criticism -- Poetry --

  9. In Gates, Henry Louis. The signifying monkey: a theory of Afro-American literary criticism. New York: Oxford University Press, 1988. pp. 100-101.
    Criticism -- "Ask Your Mama"

  10. In Gloster, Hugh M. Negro Voices in American Fiction. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1948. pp. 219-222, see also index.
    Criticism -- Works -- The Ways of White Folks

  11. In Gross, Seymour L. Images of the Negro in American Literature. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1966. pp. 194-203.
    Criticism -- Poetry

  12. In Gruesser, John Cullen. Black on Black: Twentieth-Century African American Writing About Africa. Lexington : University Press of Kentucky, c2000. See index.
    Criticism -- Works -- "Air Raid over Harlem" -- The Big Sea --

  13. In Heiney, Donald. Recent American Literature After 1930. Woodbury, N.Y.: Barron's Educational Series, 1973. pp. 393-396.
    Biography -- Criticism -- Poetry -- "Dinner Guest: Me" --"Dream Boogie" -- "Dream Deferred" -- "Jazzonia" -- "Merry-Go-Round" -- "Mother in Wartime"

  14. In Hernton, Calvin C. The sexual mountain and Black women writers: adventures in sex, literature, and real life. Garden City, N.Y.: Anchor Press/Doubleday, 1987. pp. 89-118.
    Criticism -- Women in Literature

  15. In Jackson, Blyden. Black Poetry in America. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1974. pp. 51-58.
    Criticism -- Poetry

  16. Jarraway, David R.. "Montage of an Otherness Deferred: Dreaming Subjectivity in Langston Hughes." In American Literature. Volume 68, No. 4, December 1996. Durham, N.C., Duke University Press. pp. 819-848.
    Criticism -- Works -- Poetry

  17. In Littlejohn, David. Black on White; a Critical Survey of Writing by American Negroes. New York: Grossman, 1966. See index.
    Criticism -- Not Without Laughter -- Simple stories

  18. Lowney, John. "Langston Hughes and the "Nonsense" of Bebop." In American Literature, Volume 72, No. 2, June 2000, pp. 357-386.
    Criticism -- Jazz in Literature -- Montage of a Dream Deferred

  19. In Perry, Margaret Silence to the Drums: A Survey of the Literature of the Harlem Renaissance. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1976. pp. 45-53, plus see index.
    Criticism -- Works -- Poetry -- Not Without Laughter -- The Weary Blues

  20. In Ramazani, Jahan. Poetry of Mourning. Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1994. pp. 135-176.
    Criticism -- Elegiac Poetry -- "As Befits a Man" -- "Bad Man" -- "Ballad of the Man Who's Gone" -- "The Bitter River" -- "Blue Bayou" -- "Blues Fantasy" -- "Death of a Do Dirty: a Rounder's Song" -- "Drum" -- "Fantasy in Purple" -- Fine Clothes to the Jew -- "Gal's Cry for a Dying Lover" -- "Hard Daddy" -- "Misery" -- "Po' Boy Blues" -- "Silhouette" -- "Song of a Dark Girl" -- "Suicide" -- "Suicide's Note" -- "Sylvester's Dying Bed" -- "Too Blue" -- "The Weary Blues" -- "Young Gal's Blues

  21. In Rosenblatt, Roger. Black Fiction. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1974. pp. 77-84, 103-118.
    Criticism -- Not Without Laughter -- Simple stories

  22. In Starke, Catherine Juanita. Black Portraiture in American Fiction. New York: Basic Books, 1971. See index.
    Criticism -- Not Without Laughter -- Tambourines to Glory

  23. In Vendler, Helen, ed. Voices and Visions: The Poet in America. New York: Random House, c1987. pp. 353-394.
    Biography -- Criticism -- Poetry -- Fine Clothes to the Jew -- "I, Too" -- Montage of a Dream Deferred -- "Negro Artist and the Racial Mountain" -- "The Negro Speaks of Rivers" -- "Old Walt" -- "Weary Blues" "When Sue Wears Red"

  24. In Wagner, Jean. Black Poets of the United States . Urbana, Ill.: University of Illinois Press, 1973. pp. 385-474.
    Biography -- Criticism -- Works

  25. In Williams, Sherley Anne. Give Birth to Brightness. New York, Dial Press, 1972. pp. 137-141.
    Criticism -- Not Without Laughter

  26. In Young, James O. Black Writers of the Thirties. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1973. pp. 172-182.
    Criticism -- Works -- Poetry -- Shakespeare in Harlem -- Southern Road -- "Christ in Alabama" -- "Good-bye Christ" -- "A New Song"

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