5 edition of Sterling A. Brown found in the catalog.
|Statement||Joanne V. Gabbin.|
|LC Classifications||PS3503.R833 Z66 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 245 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||245|
|LC Control Number||93049520|
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Sterling A. Brown, a poet and former professor of literature who helped to establish Afro-American literary criticism and who taught many of the nation's black scholars and writers, died of. Brown was born on May 1, , in Washington, D.C., the son of a former slave, the Reverend Sterling Nelson Brown, who was a religion professor at Howard University's divinity school. His mother, Fisk graduate Adelaide Allen, encouraged him to love classic verse, as .
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Sterling Brown was born in Washington, D.C., on May 1, He was educated at Dunbar High School and received a bachelor's degree from Williams College.
He studied the work of Ezra Pound and T. Eliot, but was more interested in the works of Sterling A. Brown book Lowell, Edgar Lee Masters. Sterling Allen Brown devoted his life to the development of an authentic black folk literature.
A poet, critic, and teacher at Howard University for 40 years, Brown was one of the first people to identify folklore as a vital component of the black aesthetic and to recognize its validity as a form of artistic expression.
He worked to legitimatize this genre in several ways. Sterling A. Brown is one of - if not the - greatest black poet of 20th Century America, and - regardless of race - a giant of the literary landscape of the past years.
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Sterling Allen Brown (May 1, – Janu ) was a black professor, folklorist, poet, literary critic, and first Poet Laureate of the District of chiefly studied black culture of the Southern United States and was a full professor at Howard University for most of his career. He was a visiting professor at several other notable institutions, including Vassar College, New.
STERLING A. BROWN (–) was one of the most important and influential figures in the development of African American literature and criticism in the twentieth in Washington, D.C., he became not only a poet but a folklorist, anthologist, critic, and reviewer.
Brown was a professor at Howard University for forty years. So with the Seven Series sadly over, I jumped right into listening to Sterling (the first book in the Mageri Series); and what a ride * Being a huge fan of The Seven Series by the fabulous author/narrator duo of Dannika Dark and Nicole Poole, and with that series now complete, I was thrilled to find that there was an entirely whole other 4/5().
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Brown was born on the campus of Howard University, where his father, Sterling N. Brown, a former slave, was a distinguished theologian and divinity school professor at Howard University's Divinity School.
Southern Road. Sterling A. Brown - Sterling Brown was born in Washington, D.C., in He was educated. More Sterling A. Brown > sign up for poem-a-day Receive a new poem in your inbox daily. Email Address. Sign Up. More by Sterling A. Brown. Slim Greer in Hell. Sterling A. Brown was one of the most important and influential figures in the development of African-American literature and criticism in the twentieth century.
Born in Washington, D.C., inhe became not only a poet but a folklorist, anthologist, critic, and reviewer. Sterling A. Brown was born and raised in the strictly segregated Washington, D.C., of the first decades of the century.
His family was middle class (his father was a professor of religion), and he was educated at Williams College and Harvard. Sterling A Brown Sterling Allen Brown (), author, critic, professor, Poet Laureate for Washington, DC, and "the Dean of American Poets," was born on Howard University's campus at the site where Cook Hall Dormitory now stands.
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This is the.Sterling A. Brown produced several studies of African American literature: Outline for the Study of the Poetry of American Negroes (), The Negro in American Fiction (), and Negro Poetry.Brown wins Gerald Cable Book Award Tuesday, Sterling College assistant professor Aaron Brown will have his manuscript “Acacia Road” published in February as the result of winning the Gerald Cable Book Award through Silverfish Review Press.