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Negro speaks of life and death - deep river and the negro spiritual speaks of life and death howard thurman book howard thurman on amazon free shipping on qualifying offers dr howard thurman explores how protest and resistance are expressed in spirituals as well as how these songs have been a spiritual watering hole in his life p div class b factrow b twofr div class b vlist2col ul li div span cited by span a title 4 href https academic microsoft search iq and ty 3d 270 27 2crid 3d401221716 filters from 0 sort 0 q papers 20citing 20the 20negro 20spiritual 20speaks 20of 20life 20and 20death h id serp 5129 1 4 a div li li div author howard thurman div li ul ul li div class b sritem b srtxtstarcolor 5 5 span class csrc sc rc1 role img aria label star rating 5 out of 5 span class sw st span span class sw st span span class sw st span span class sw st span span class sw st span span div class b sritemp 5 div div li li div publish.
year 1975 div li ul div div div li the negro spiritual speaks of life and death howard thurman home worldcat home about worldcat help search search for library items search for lists search for contacts search for a library create lists bibliographies and reviews or search worldcat find items in libraries near you reprint reissue date 1975 original date 1945 series black thought and culture note originally separate books but now in a single volume deep river was copyrighted in 1945 and 1955 and the negro spiritual speaks of life and death in 1947 p div class b factrow b twofr div class b vlist2col ul li div author thurman howard 1900 1981 div li ul ul ul div div div li he edited the anthologies the poetry of the negro and the book of negro folklore wrote an acclaimed autobiography the big sea knopf 1940 and cowrote the play mule bone harpercollins 1991 with zora neale hurston langston.
hughes died of plications from span class news dt apr 29 2015 span nbsp 0183 32 in the negro spiritual speaks of life and death thurman examines negro spirituals as a source of rich testimony concerning life and death because they are the voice of a people for whom the cup of suffering overflowed in haunting overtones of majesty beauty and power p div class b factrow b twofr div class b vlist2col ul li div author the personal navigator div li ul ul ul div div div li the negro speaks of rivers is perhaps the most profound of these poems of heritage and strength posed when hughes was a mere 17 years old and dedicated to w e b dubois it is a sonorous evocation of transcendent essences so ancient as to appear timeless predating human existence longer than human memory with its allusions to deep dusky rivers the setting sun sleep and the soul the negro speaks of rivers is suffused with.
the image of death and simultaneously the idea of deathlessness as in whitman s philosophy only the knowledge of death can bring the primal spark of poetry and life harlem and langston hughes hughes graduated from high school in 1920 and spent the following year in mexico with his father around this time hughes poem the negro speaks of rivers was p div class b factrow b twofr div class b vlist2col ul li div born feb 01 1902 div li ul ul li div died may 22 1967 div li ul div div div li langston hughes was a central figure in the harlem renaissance the flowering of black intellectual literary and artistic life that took place in the 1920s in a number of american cities particularly harlem a major poet hughes also wrote novels short stories essays and plays he sought to honestly portray the joys and hardships of working class black lives avoiding both sentimental