Wikidata-logo.svg Ioannes Toomer
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Ioannes Toomer: imago
Nativitas: 26 Decembris 1894; Vasingtonia
Obitus: 30 Martii 1967; Doylestown
Patria: Civitates Foederatae Americae

Officium

Munus: poëta, mythistoricus, scriptor, scriptor scaenicus

Ioannes Toomer (vulgo Jean Toomer; natus Nathan Pinchback Toomer 26 Decembris 1894; mortuus 30 Martii 1967) fuit poëta et scriptor mythistoriarum Americanus et persona magni momenti in Renascentia Harlemensi et modernismo. Cane, eius liber primus, anno 1923 prolatus, a nonnullis liber Toomeranus maximi momenti aestimatur.[1] Toomer, vir phylae mixtae, plerumque Europaeae, se Americanum appellari maluit, conatibus in genus scriptorum aethiopicorum describi resistens.

Commeatus diploma Ioannis Toomer (1926)

Poemata, fabulas breves, et commentarios scribere solebat. Post matrimonium secundum, anno 1934, a Novo Eboraco ad Doylestown Pennsylvaniae migravit, ubi socius Religiosae Amicorum Sodalitatis factus est, seque a vita publica removit. Eius scripta et bona a Bibliotheca Beinecke in Universitate Yalensi conservantur.

OperaRecensere

  • Cane. 1923. Novi Eboraci: Boni and Liveright. ISBN 0871401517.
  • Problems of Civilization. 1929. Cum Ellsworth Huntington, Whiting Williams, et aliis. Novi Eboraci: D. Van Nostrand Co.
  • Essentials: Definitions and Aphorisms. 1931. Sicagi: Lakeside Press.
  • An Interpretation of Friends Worship. 1947. Philadelphiae: Committee on Religious Education of Friends General Conference.
  • The Flavor of Man. 1949. Philadelphiae: Young Friends Movement of the Philadelphia Yearly Meeting.
  • The Collected Poems of Jean Toomer. 1988. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. ISBN 0807842095.
  • The Letters of Jean Toomer, 1919–1924. 2006. University of Tennessee Press.

NotaeRecensere

  1. Biographia, Poetry Foundation.

BibliographiaRecensere

  • Foley, Barbara. 1988. "In the Land of Cotton": Economics and Violence in Jean Toomer's Cane. African American Review 32 (aestas).
  • Foley, Barbara. 1995. Jean Toomer's Sparta. American Literature 67 (December).
  • Foley, Barbara. 1996. Jean Toomer's Washington and the Politics of Class: From "Blue Veins" to Seventh-Street Rebels. Modern Fiction Studies 42(aestas 1996): 289–321.
  • Feith, Michael, et Genevieve Fabre, eds. 2000. Jean Toomer and the Harlem Renaissance. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press. ISBN 0813528461.
  • Kerman, Cynthia Earl, et Richard Eldridge. 1987. The Lives of Jean Toomer: A Hunger for Wholeness. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press.
  • Lee, Felicia R. 2010. Scholars Say Chronicler of Black Life Passed for White. New York Times, 26 December.
  • McKay, Nellie Y. 1984. Jean Toomer, Artist: A Study of His Literary Life and Work, 1894-1936. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.
  • Ostrom, Hans. 2006. Jean Toomer. In The Coast Starlight: Collected Poems 1976-2006. Poema. Indianapoli: Dog Ear Publishing, p. 17. Primum prolatum in Xavier Review 23(2) (autumno).
  • Petesch, Donald A. 1989. A Spy in the Enemy's Country: The Emergence of Modern Black Literature. University of Iowa Press.
  • Pfeiffer, Kathleen, ed. 2010. Brother Mine: The Correspondence of Jean Toomer and Waldo Frank. Sicagi: University of Illinois Press.
  • Schneider, Dan. 2006. Book Review: Cane, Hackwriters Maio.
  • Scruggs, Charles. Jean Toomer. In Modern American Poetry. Champagne-Urbana: University of Illinois.
  • Siegel, Robert, et Professor Byrd. 2010. A New Look at the Llife of Jean Toomer. NPR, 30 December. Transcriptum et audio, 5 min.
  • Turner, Darwin T. 1993. Introduction. In Cane Ioannis Toomer, ix-xxv. Novi Eboraci: Liveright. ISBN 0871401517.

Nexus externiRecensere

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