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By Margaret Perry

An extended essay on ''The guy and His Poetry'' plus vast bibliography of Cullen's significant writings, writings approximately Cullen, together with newspaper references, and poetry anthologies during which Cullen's paintings seemed.

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31. Cullen to Atkinson, 2 August 1938, Beinecke Library, Yale University. 32. Light 3 (24 September 1927): 12. 33. Saturday Review of Literature 30 (22 March 1947):44. 34. Jay Saunders Redding, To Make a Poet Black (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1929), p. 109. 35. This magazine did not live beyond vol. 1, no. 1, and, ironically, most of the unsold copies were destroyed in a fire. 36. Hillburn, a town in Rockland County, N e w York. An account of the racial problem in this place is given on page 175 in Blanche Ferguson's biography of Cullen.

Countee Cullen "French Notebook," Beinecke Library, Yale University. 25. Saturday Review of Literature 30 (22 March 1947): 13. 26. Bynner to Cullen, 22 November 1929, in possession of Mrs. Ida Mae Cullen. 27. Typed manuscript of synopsis, boxed with One Way to Heaven, Beinecke Library, Yale University. 28. Stephen H . Bronz, Roots of Negro Racial Consciousness (New York: Libra, 1964), p. 64. This information, in part, was 21 THE MAN AND HIS POETRY taken from the Springfield Union. See also bibliographic entry #262 in chapter 5.

And the fear men have of death: 38 THE POETRY OF CULLEN Dead men are wisest, for they know How far the roots of flowers go, How long a seed must rot to grow. Strange, men should flee their company, Or think me strange who long to be Wrapped in their cool immunity. This protective aspect of death (a Protestant death, without the worry of Purgatory), found in many poems by Cullen, was a belief of Keats and is revealed through some of his longer poems. ") Cullen's expression of the relief brought by death is beautifully portrayed in his "Death to the Poor": In death alone is what consoles; and life And all its end is death; and that fond hope Whose music like a mad fantastic fife Compels us up this ridged and rocky slope.

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