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Urban rage in Bronzeville

social commentary in the poetry of Gwendolyn Brooks, 1945-1960

by B. J. Bolden

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Published by Third World Press in Chicago .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Brooks, Gwendolyn, 1917- -- Political and social views.,
    • Literature and society -- United States -- History -- 20th century.,
    • City and town life in literature.,
    • Social problems in literature.,
    • African Americans in literature.,
    • Anger in literature.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 196-212) and index.

      StatementB.J. Bolden.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPS3503.R7244 Z58 1999
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvii, 235 p. ;
      Number of Pages235
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL684043M
      ISBN 100883781948, 0883781956
      LC Control Number97030831

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She is the managing editor of Warpland: A Journal of Black Literature and Ideas at Chicago State University and the author of Urban Rage in Bronzeville: Social Commentary in the Poetry of Gwendolyn Brooks, In the following essay, Bolden reads “This Life” as a poem about memory, offering “a contrast of the then and the now.”.

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“Urban Rage lays out in compelling detail an argument for understanding urban unrest in the contemporary era. Bronzeville Boys and Girls by Gwendolyn Brooks and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Urban Rage in Bronzeville provides stark, honest looks at the sometimes bitter brutally harsh realities of life in this nation for Blacks by time or geography through a profound use of contrastingly beautiful manipulations of language and literary stylings"--Publisher's description.

The term “urban rage” is used to represent these episodes of protest and violence. We are reminded that we live in an urban age that has become an era of urban rage. The main thrust of the book is to demonstrate these episodes of urban rage and to propose the causes that underlie them.

During her life, Gwendolyn Brooks published more than twenty books, including poetry, prose, fiction, and autobiography. Her first poetry collection was (); her second one, (), won her the Pulitzer Prize in May She was the first black writer to win the prize.

Bolden, Urban Rage in Bronzeville: Social Commentary in the Poetry of Gwendolyn Brooks, – Chicago: University of Illinois Press,Chicago: University of Author: Tracey L.

Walters. Bronzeville is a center of African-American life and culture in Chicago. Historically known as the city’s “Black Metropolis”, it’s home to a diverse business community, historic landmarks, and lively events like the annual Bud Billiken Parade that draws more than one million spectators each August.B.

J. Bolden is an Assistant Professor of English at Chicago State University, Chicago, IL. She is the managing editor of Warp land: A Journal of Black Literature and ideas at Chicago State University and the author of Urban Rage in Bronzeville: Social Commentary in the Poetry of Gwendolyn Brooks, In the following essay, Bolden analyzes how "The Raven" showcases Poe's talent "as both.Gwendolyn Brooks, born in Topeka, Kansas, considered herself a (nearly) lifelong Chicagoan.

When she began writing at age seven, her mother predicted, “You are going to be the lady Paul Laurence Dunbar.” First published at eleven, by sixteen Brooks was contributing poetry weekly to the Chicago Defender.