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Titel: Bursting Bonds
Verlag: University of Notre Dame Press, Usa
Zustand: Very Good
University of Notre Dame Press 2005; Good to very good in paperback; 76 pages. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 30665
Inhaltsangabe: In 1911, William Pickens published the first edition of his autobiography, The Heir of Slaves, in which he writes about the importance of his education and recounts the experiences that led him into public life. The narrative discusses his family, the various teachers and mentors who helped guide him, and the incidents and methods by which he accomplished so much. Pickens's later works increasingly demanded the rights of full citizenship for African Americans. Bursting Bonds (1923), the second edition of his autobiography, clearly demonstrates this development by the inclusion of five new chapters on racial tensions. This important work, now back in print, marks a turning point in the evolution of African American autobiography from defence to confrontation.
Über den Autor: WILLIAM PICKENS (1881-1954) was born in Anderson County, South Carolina, to parents who were liberated slaves and tenant farmers. He went to Yale in 1902 and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He graduated with a degree in classics in 1904 and became a professor at Talladega College in Alabama. Pickens was involved with the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) from its inception in 1910, and his leadership helped ensure its growth over the next thirty years, particularly in Southern states. He served as assistant field secretary, associate field secretary, and director of branches for the NAACP under James Weldon Johnson. Pickens was also a contributing editor for the Associated Negro Press. WILLIAM L. ANDREWS is E. Maynard Adams Professor at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
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