The Souls of Black FolkeBook - 2002
Intolerant of social complacency, The Souls of Black Folk is an authentic and illuminating look at the duality of being both African and American. Masterfully and passionately written, it is a collection of essays that sketches Southern life in the post-Civil War era. It further clarifies that black folk did not come to the United States empty-minded or empty-handed; but rather came bearing gifts of music, patriotism, folklore, faith, and reverence.
Publisher: New York : Barnes & Noble World Digital Library, 2002
Characteristics: 1 online resource