Book , Print in English

Shadow and act

  • New York, Random House [1964]
  • xxii, 317 pages 22 cm.
  • Eisenhower M Level Reserves
    PS153.N5 E4 1964 c. 1
    Available
Subjects
Contents
  • 1. The seer and the seen: The same pain, the same pleasure: an interview
  • Twentieth-century fiction and the black mask of humanity
  • Change the joke and slip the yoke
  • Stephen Crane and the mainstream of American fiction
  • Richard Wright's blues
  • Beating that boy
  • Brave words for a startling occasion
  • The world and the jug
  • Hidden name and complex fate
  • The art of fiction: an interview
  • 2. Sound and the mainstream: Living with music
  • The golden age, time past
  • As the spirit moves Mahalia
  • On bird, bird-watching, and jazz
  • The Charlie Christian story
  • Remembering Jimmy
  • Blues people
  • 3. The shadow and the act: Some questions and some answers
  • The shadow and the act
  • The way it is
  • Harlem is nowhere
  • An American dilemma: a review.
Other information
  • Also issued online.
  • Eisenhower copy: Gift of Professor Roy Bryce-LaPorte; FY2012.
Additional form
Identifying numbers
  • LCCN: 64018928
  • OCLC: 00269412
  • OCLC: 269412