Mon, May, 21, From voice of the negro. Here is the real new Negro man.
One such photograph bears the following caption: An admirer of Fine Art, a performer on the violin and the piano, a sweet singer, a writer mostly given to essays, a lover of good books, and a home making girl, is Gussie.
Again, Adams is eager to chart the unpainted features of this New Negro. How does he describe him? A new Negro man. From Voice of the Negro. Here is the real new Negro man. There is that penetrative eye about which Charles Lamb wrote with such deep admiration, that broad forehead and firm chin.
Such is the new Negro man, and he who finds the real man in the hope of deriving all the benefits to be got by acquaintance and contact does not run upon him by mere chance, but must go over the paths of some kind of biograph, until he gets a reasonable understanding of what it actually costs of human effort to be a man and at the same time a Negro.
As he had done in his essay on the New Negro woman, Adams prints seven portraits of the New Negro man, so that all might be able to recognize him. Why is this so important? Precisely because the features of the race—its collective mouth shape and lip size, the shape of its head which especially concerned phrenologists at the turn of the centuryits black skin color, its kinky hair—had been caricatured and stereotyped so severely in popular American art that black intellectuals seemed to feel that nothing less than a full facelift and a complete break with the enslaved past could ameliorate the social conditions of the modern black person.
While this concern with features would imply a visual or facial priority of concern, it was, rather, the precise structure and resonance of the black voice by which the very face of the race would be known and fundamentally reconstructed.
Both to contain and to develop this black voice, a virtual literary renaissance was called for. We see this impulse clearly in an essay printed in the A.
Citing the minutes of a literary club meeting ofW. Moore quotes Anna J. The New Negro Literary Movement is not the note of a reawakening, it is a halting, stammering voice touched with sadness and the pathos of yearning.
Unlike the Celtic revival it is not a potent influence in the literature of to-day; neither is it the spirit of an endeavor to recover the song that is lost or the motive of an aspiration to reclaim the soul-love that is dead. Somehow it can not be measured by the standard of great achievement; and yet it possesses an air of distinction and speaks in the language of promise.
It is the culminating expression of a heart growth the most strange and attractive in American life. To most of us it is as oddly familiar as though it breathed and spoke in the jungle of its forebearers.
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