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ISNI: 
0000 0001 0874 4969
Name: 
Arna Bontemps (American poet, novelist)
Arna Bontemps (Amerikaans dichter (1902-1973))
Arna Bontemps (amerikansk poet, bibliotekar og skribent)
Arna Bontemps (amerikansk poet, bibliotekarie och författare)
Arna Bontemps (écrivain américain)
Arna Bontemps (költő, novellista az Egyesült Államokból)
Arna Bontemps (poeta e scrittore statunitense)
Arna Bontemps (US-amerikanischer Schriftsteller)
Bontan, Āna
Bontemps, Arna,
Bontemps, Arna Wendell
Bontemps, Arnaud "Arna" Wendell
Bontemps, Arnaud Wendell
Wendell Bontemps, Arna
Арна Бонтем
ボンタム, アーナ
ボンタン, アーナ
Dates: 
1902-1973
Creation class: 
audio-visual
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Language material
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Text
Creation role: 
author
contributor
editor
illustrator
narrator
performer
redactor
speaker
writer of accompanying material
Related names: 
Asch, Sholem (1880-1957)
Conroy, Jack (1899-1990)
Griffin, Stephen
Handy, W. C. (1873-1958)
Handy, William Christopher (1873-1958)
Handy, William Christopher (1873-1958))
Hill and Wang
Hughes, James Langston (1902-1967)
Hughes, Langston
Hughes, Langston (1902-1967)
Johnson, James Weldon (1871-1938))
Nichols, Charles Harold
Rogge, Heinz
Tardif, Richard
Toomer, Jean (1894-1967)
University of Chicago, Graduate Library School
木島, 始 (1928-2004)
Titles: 
100 years of Negro freedom.
American Missionary Association archives in Fisk University Library
American Negro poetry
Anthology of Negro poets in the U. S. A.: 200 years. [Sound recording]
Anyplace but here
Arna Bontemps-Langston Hughes letters 1925-1967
Arna Wendell Bontemps reading his poems with comment at radio station WPLN, Nashville Public Library, May 22, 1963
autobiography of an ex-coloured man, The
bio-bibliography of Langston Hughes, 1902-1967, A
black experience, The : an anthology of American literature for the 1970s
Black theater a 20th century collection of the work of its best playwrights
Black thunder
book of negro folklore
Boy of the border
Bubber goes to Heaven
Byunbyun kisha o nuku
Canne
Děti z Haiti
Drums at dusk
Famous Negro athletes
Fast sooner hound
Father of the blues;
Five black lives : the autobiographies of Venture Smith, James Mars, William Grimes, the Rev. G. W. Offley, James L. Smith
Four novels of the 1930s
Frederick Douglass: slave, fighter, freeman.
Free at last; the life of Frederick Douglass
God sends Sunday : a novel
Golden slippers, an anthology of Negro poetry for young readers
Great slave narratives.
Harlem Renaissance remembered
Hold fast to dreams; poems old and new selected
In the beginning.
Joseph and his brothers.
Lonesome boy.
low-down on tuberculosis (consumption), The
Mayśeh'lekh fun Ḥumesh.
Mr. Kelso's lion
Nocturne at Bethesda
Not without laughter
Old South; "A summer tragedy" and other stories of the thirties., The
pasteboard bandit, The
Personals
Poems. Selections
Popo and Fifina children of Haiti
Popo to fifinā : Haichitō no kodomotachi
Sad-faced boy
Sam Patch, the high, wide, and handsome jumper
Slappy Hooper, the wonderful sign painter
Smithsonian Folkways children's music collection
Special collections of negroana
story of George Washington Carver;, The
Story of the Negro;
They seek a city
Tonnerre noir
Two hundred years
We have tomorrow
You can't pet a possum.
Young Booker; Booker T. Washington's early days
ビュンビュンきしゃをぬく
ポポとフィフィナー : ハイチ島の子どもたち
Notes: 
Thesis (A.M.)--University of Chicago, Graduate Library School
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