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Paul Laurence Dunbar
Birth date: June 27, 1872
Died: February 09, 1906
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Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus rated it 11 months ago
Not by far, and this, the finale to this storyline and this series, was underwhelming for me. In an unsurprising move, Marvel is rebooting this series, leading me to be absolutely burnt out keeping track of what's coming and what's ending and what's what . I will be continuing, because there is n...
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus rated it 1 year ago
Looks like it'll be a longer arc. Lack of emphasis on Viv combined with the Weirdworld fantasy storyline aren't really engaging me. Then again, I'm psyched that the writer isn't afraid of doing something different. I've been happy with the writer as far as characterization goes and have liked...
Mary's Books
Mary's Books rated it 2 years ago
I had not heard of this author, ever, in my college or high school time. I only discovered him while visiting Wright Brother monuments and museums located in Dayton, OH. I decided that I needed to learn about this man. I was amazed at his work. Not that he could do this work, but that his work, whil...
mage4mage
mage4mage rated it 4 years ago
These poems were really good. I love finding English poems written in dialects, and this is all in dialect spoken by African Americans of the antebellum south during the late 1800s/early 1900s.You can read an archived first edition of the book scanned online here:https://archive.org/details/candleli...
Miss Clark
Miss Clark rated it 9 years ago
This is the definitive edition of America's first African-American poet's work, as it brings together all of Dunbar's poems and well worth a read.Dunbar's short stories are also excellent examples of early 20th century American literature, with wonderful local character and dialect, both of which ar...
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