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ePub The Red Crab Gang and Black River Poems download
Author:
Calvin Hernton
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978-0918408327
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0918408326
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Ishmael Reed Publishing Company; 1st edition (January 1, 1999)
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Calvin Coolidge Hernton, African American studies educator, artist, writer

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Thomas McGrath, Beyond the Red River from Selected Poems 1938-1988.

Thomas McGrath, Beyond the Red River from Selected Poems 1938-1988. Used with the permission of Copper Canyon Press, ww. oppercanyonpress. Source: Selected Poems 1938-1988 (1988). More About this Poem. Fall Poems Read Full Biography.

"The Coming of Chronos to the House of Nightsong: An Epical Narrative of the South" (1964) "Medicine Man: Collected Poems" (1976) "The Red Crab Gang and Black River Poems" (with Carla Bank, 1999).

Calvin C Hernton (1933 - 2001) is an American sociologist, poet and author. He was born in Chattanooga Tennessee, USA in 28 April 1932. He studied at Tallageda University and Fisk University. "The Coming of Chronos to the House of Nightsong: An Epical Narrative of the South" (1964) "Medicine Man: Collected Poems" (1976) "The Red Crab Gang and Black River Poems" (with Carla Bank, 1999).

Poetry. African American Studies. The new work by well-known writer and scholar, Calvin Hernton, is published in a handsome, saddle-stapled edition with a glossy cover. Calvin Hernton is a poet, writer, social scientist and Professor of African American Studies at Oberlin College. Among his nine books are Sex and Racism in America (in print for over 30 years) and the poetry collection Medicine Man.