Countee Cullen
Countee Cullen (May 30, 1903 – January 9, 1946) was an African American poet who was a leading figure in the Harlem Renaissance. (He pronounced his name "Coun-tay," not "Coun-tee.")

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Countee Cullen : The Poetry Foundation
Countee Cullen was perhaps the most representative voice of the Harlem Renaissance. His life story is essentially a tale of youthful exuberance and talent of a star ...
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Countee Cullen - Welcome to English «…
Photo from Generations in Black and White: Photographs of Carl Van Vechten. Ed. Rudolph P. Byrd. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1993.
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About Countee Cullen's Life and Career…
Gerald Early. Poet, anthologist, novelist, translator, children's writer, and playwright, Countee Cullen is something of a mysterious figure. He was born 30 March ...
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Poet: Countee Cullen - All poems of Countee Cullen
Poet: Countee Cullen - All poems of Countee Cullen. poetry.
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(photo by Carl Van Vechten, source: The American Academy of Poets) "... in spite of myself, I find that I am actuated by a strong sense of race consciousness.
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Countee Cullen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Countee Cullen (May 30, 1903 – January 9, 1946) was an American poet who was a leading figure in the Harlem Renaissance. (He pronounced his name ...
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Countee Cullen- Poets.org - Poetry, Poems, Bios & More
Born in 1903 in New York City, Countee Cullen was raised in a Methodist parsonage. He attended De Witt Clinton High School in New York and began writing ...
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Learn more about poet Countee Cullen, an iconic figure of the Harlem Renaissance, at Biography.com.
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Countee Cullen (1903-1946)
Countee Cullen is an important figure of the African-American arts movement known as the Harlem Renaissance. Born in Louisville, Kentucky, Cullen was ...
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Countee Cullen Library | The New York Public Library | The New ...
Countee Cullen Library. 104 West 136th Street (near Lenox Ave.) New York, NY 10030-2695 (212) 491-2070. Fully accessible to wheelchairs. Library Manager: ...
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Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1993. Countee Cullen (1903-1946) ... On Race, Homosexuality, and Visual and Verbal Androgyny in Cullen's Work | On ...
About Countee Cullen's Life and Career - English
Cullen himself, on his college transcript at New York University, lists ... Cullen was an outstanding student at DeWitt Clinton High School (1918-1921). .... In 1926 he received a master's degree from Harvard University and won the Crisis ...
Countee Cullen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
At some point, Cullen entered the DeWitt Clinton High School in The Bronx. He excelled ... New York University and Harvard University[edit]. "Yet I do marvel"
PAL: Countee Cullen
He would enter adulthood, and New York University after receiving a State Regents ... endeavored to attain his graduate degree in English at Harvard University.
Countee Cullen- Poets.org - Poetry, Poems, Bios & More
In 1922, Cullen entered New York University. ... first volume of verse, Color, and he was admitted to Harvard University where he completed a master's degree.
Countee Cullen - The Biography Channel
Learn more about poet Countee Cullen, an iconic figure of the Harlem Renaissance, at Biography.com. ... From 1918-1921, Cullen attended DeWitt Clinton High School, where he ... He went on to attend New York University, where he graduated Phi Beta ... He graduated with a master's from Harvard University in 1926 and ...
Countee Cullen (1903-1946)
Countee Cullen is an important figure of the African-American arts movement known as the Harlem .... Urbana-Champaign: University of Illinois Press, 1973.
Countee Cullen : The Poetry Foundation
Harvard University's Irving Babbitt publicly lauded Cullen's The Ballad of the ... man's harvest of literary prizes, Cullen graduated from New York University, was  ...
Countee Cullen (Author of My Soul's High Song) - Goodreads
Countee Cullen ... In 1922, Cullen entered New York University. ... admitted to Harvard University where he completed a master's degree...more Countee Cullen ...
Countee Cullen papers, 1900-1947 | Amistad Research Center
Countee Cullen papers, 1900-1947 Add to your cart. | Amistad Research Center. Title: Countee Cullen papers, 1900-1947 Add to your cart. Extent: 11.9 Linear ...
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My soul's high song: the collected writings of Countee ...
My soul's high song: the collected writings of Countee ...
Countee Cullen, Gerald Lyn Early, 1991
Gathers poetry and prose by Cullen, Zora Neale Hurston, and Langston Hughes, leading literary figures of the Harlem Renaissance
Countee Cullen: Collected Poems: (American Poets Project #32)
Countee Cullen: Collected Poems: (American Poets Project #32)
Countee Cullen, 2013
Major Jackson is the author of three volumes of poetry: Holding Company, Hoops, and Leaving Saturn, and a recipient of a Pushcart Prize, a Whiting Writers’ Award, and a Pew Fellowship in the Arts. He is the Richard Dennis Green and Gold Professor at the University of Vermont, and the poetry editor of the Harvard Review.
And Bid Him Sing: A Biography of Countee Cullen
And Bid Him Sing: A Biography of Countee Cullen
Charles Molesworth, 2012
*Starred Review* The Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s boasted two young poetic stars, Langston Hughes (1902–67) and Countée Cullen (1903–46), whose reputations took off before either turned 20. They were close friends and frequent collaborators, yet Hughes became the prolific dean of African American authors, while Cullen was obscure by midcentury. ...
Countee Cullen: Collected Poems
Countee Cullen: Collected Poems
Countee Cullen, Major Jackson, 2013
The collection follows the evolution of Cullen’s prodigious talents through Copper Sun (1927), The Ballad of the Brown Girl (1927), The Black Christ & Other Poems (1929), and the poems of The Medea and Some Poems (1935)––reprinted for ...
My Soul's High Song
My Soul's High Song
Countee Cullen, 1990
Cullen (1903-46), Harlem Renaissance poet and man of letters, is perhaps best known for the couplet "Yet do I marvel at this curious thing:/ to make a poet black, and bid him sing." His poems infuse a Keatsean prosody with the existential concerns of being black, American, and Christian: "It is a rare and tantalizing fruit/ Our hands...
The Book of American Negro Poetry
The Book of American Negro Poetry
James Weldon Johnson, 2008
James Weldon Johnson (June 17, 1871 - June 26, 1938) was an American author, politician, diplomat, critic, journalist, poet, anthologist, educator, lawyer, songwriter, early civil rights activist, and prominent figure in the Harlem Renaissance. Johnson is best remembered for his writing, which includes novels, poems, and collections of folklore. He...
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Countee Cullen to Be Inducted Into the NY State Writers Hall of Fame - The Root
(The Root) -- On June 4, the New York State Writers Hall of Fame will induct five outstanding authors, including Calvin Trillin, Alice McDermott, Walter Mosley, Marilyn Hacker and the late Countee Cullen. 2012's honorees included E.L. Doctorow, Pete Hamill, Joyce Carol Oates and Toni Morrison, as well as John...
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Dark Speech upon the Harp: Countee Cullen: "More Than a Fool's Song"
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Poet Countee Cullen: Unsung Artist Who Tackled Race - The Root
(The Root) -- We may never know for sure when and where Countée Cullen was born. He listed his birth date as May 30, 1903, and his birthplace variously as Louisville, Ky., and New York City. It was likely the former, however, since his mother, Elizabeth Lucas, died in Louisville...
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Yet Do I Marvel by Countee Cullen : The Poetry Foundation
I doubt not God is good, well-meaning, kind, / And did He stoop to quibble could tell why / The little buried mole continues blind, / Why flesh that mirrors Him must some day die,
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For Fathers | Countee Cullen’s “Dad”
His ways are circumspect and bound With trite simplicities; His is the grace of comforts found In homely hearthside ease. His words are sage and fall with care, Because he loves me so; And being his, he knows, I fear, The dizzy path I go. For he was once as young as I, As prone…
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Amistad Research Center: Countee Cullen Inducted into The New York Writers Hall of Fame
Earlier this summer, Harlem Renaissance poet Countee Cullen was inducted into The New York Writers Hall of Fame. Cullen biographer, Charles Molesworth, provided a tribute, which we share via The Library of America's blog.
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Youth Sings A Song Of Rosebuds By Countee Cullen | Renard Moreau Presents
Since men grow diffident at last, And care no whit at all, If spring be come, or the fall be past, Or how the cool rains fall, I come to no flower but I pluck, I raise no cup but I sip, For a mouth is the best of sweets to suck; The oldest wine's…
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“Yet Do I Marvel” by Countee Cullen | what max thinks
I doubt not God is good, well-meaning, kind, And did He stoop to quibble could tell why The little buried mole continues blind, Why flesh that mirrors Him must some day die, Make plain the reason tortured Tantalus Is baited by the fickle fruit, declare If merely brute caprice dooms Sisyphus To struggle up a never-ending stair. Inscrutable…
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