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This new most complete edition of the collected poems of Paul Laurence Dunbar the virtual father of black American poetry includes sixty poems not included in the previous and now out of print Complete Poems Sixteen of these were found in manuscript formPaul Laurence Dunbar's work achieved wide re Very very beautiful poetry from a black man who died at only 33 Paul Laurence Dunbar June 27 1872 – February 9 1906 was an American poet novelist and playwright of the late 19th and early 20th centuries Born in Dayton Ohio to parents who had been enslaved in Kentucky before the American Civil War Dunbar began to write stories and verse when still a child; he was president of his high school's literary society He published his first poems at the age of 16 in a Dayton newspaper

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The Collected Poetry of Paul Laurence DunbarN of Dunbar's work and influence is long overdue We reclaim in Paul Laurence Dunbar a significant American author whose career transcends race and locality even while he makes use of racialized and regional cultural materials to create an African American aesthetic and a uniue black poetic diction Can't go wrong with Dunbar He is one of my favorite poets I love verse just as much as I love his dialectical poetry He's a big influence in my own writing

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read reader ¼ The Collected Poetry of Paul Laurence Dunbar ↠ Paperback ¶ moneyexpresscard À This new most complete edition of the collected poems of Paul Laurence Dunbar the virtual father of black American poetry includes sixty poems not included in the previous and nCognition in the first part of the twentieth century The author of six volumes of poetry as well as novels librettos songs and essays he was nationally known and accepted by black and white readers alikeAs Joanne M Braxton points out in her substantive introduction to this edition a reconsideratio Lyrics of Lowly Life which I reviewed by itself is great The rest of the collection is a bit uneven but the strong poems are uite worth it This is certainly the volume to get if you're going for Dunbar's poetry