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George S. Schuyler

by Michael W. Peplow

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Published by Twayne Publishers in Boston .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Africa
    • Subjects:
    • Schuyler, George Samuel, 1895- -- Criticism and interpretation,
    • African Americans in literature,
    • Africa -- In literature

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Michael W. Peplow.
      SeriesTwayne"s United States authors series ; TUSAS 349
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPS3537.C76 Z83
      The Physical Object
      Pagination144 p. :
      Number of Pages144
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4417329M
      ISBN 100805772898
      LC Control Number79021363

        3 Harlem Renaissance Novels Deliver An Ingenious Take On Race Fresh Air. Janu • Novelists Nella Larsen, Wallace Thurman and George S. . Black No More, written by George Schuyler, is the story of Max Disher. Max is a clever black man who endures an extraordinary, scientific transformation, which leads him to turn into a white man. He changes his name to Matthew Fisher and builds a new, adventurous life for : George Schuyler.

      George S. Schuyler was a journalist and cultural critic whose writings appeared in such diverse publications as Crisis, Nation, Negro Digest, American Mercury, and National Review. In the s, Schuyler was a member of the American Socialist Party and espoused liberal views. By the s, he had become an ardent supporter of U.S. Sen. Joseph P. McCarthy and touted himself as an American.   Janu • Novelists Nella Larsen, Wallace Thurman and George S. Schuyler forged their art in what W.E.B. Du Bois famously called the "double-consciousness" of African-Americans.

      Schuyler’s career was as extensive as it was illustrious. For over four decades, Schuyler wrote for and edited The Pittsburgh Courier, one of the largest black newspaper publications in the country. Get this from a library! George S. Schuyler: portrait of a Black conservative. [Oscar Renal Williams] -- "George S. Schuyler was a journalist and cultural critic whose writings appeared in diverse publications. In the s, Schuyler was a member of the American Socialist Party and espoused liberal.


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Schuyler book only debunks the myths of white supremacy and racial purity but also lampoons prominent leaders of the NAACP and the Harlem Cited by: George Samuel Schuyler was born in Providence, Rhode Island, to Eliza Jane Fischer and George S.

Schuyler. He grew up in a middle-class, racially mixed neighborhood in Syracuse, New York, where he attended public schools until he enlisted in the army at the age of seventeen.4/5. George S. Schuyler: Portrait of a Black Conservative is the first full biography of Schuyler and traces his transformation from a socialist to a conservative by examining his childhood, his career as a journalist and writer, his opinions about race and class, and his desire for professional notoriety.

The book is divided into three parts.5/5(1). George Samuel Schuyler (Febru — Aug ) was a journalist and cultural critic whose writings appeared in such diverse publications as Crisis, Nation, Negro Digest, American Mercury, and National the s, Schuyler was a member of the American Socialist Party and espoused liberal views.

By the s, he had become an ardent supporter of U.S. Sen. Joseph P. What unsettled me about Black No More () the first time I read it was that George Schuyler was so merciless—about everyone.

At a moment when black writers were finally awakening to the beauty of black culture, Schuyler had moved on to the part where we deconstruct race. He showed neither sentimentality nor chauvinism for his own race or any other. George S.

Schuyler () wrote for black America's most influential newspaper, the Pittsburgh Courier, in addition to H. Mencken's The American Mercury, The Nation, and other publications. His biting satire not only debunks the myths of white supremacy and racial purity but also lampoons prominent leaders of the NAACP and the Harlem.

George S. Schuyler () wrote for black America's most influential newspaper, the Pittsburgh Courier, in addition to H. Mencken's The American Mercury, The Nation, and other publications. His biting satire not only debunks the myths of white supremacy and racial purity but also lampoons prominent leaders of the NAACP and the Harlem /5(13).

About George S. Schuyler. George S. Schuyler (–), a satirist, critic, and eminent African American journalist of the Harlem Renaissance, was born in Providence, Rhode Island.

After a seven-year stint in the army, he moved to New York City, where he. Born in Rhode Island and raised in Syracuse, New York, George S. Schuyler dropped out of high school to join the Army. There, as a member of the famous Twenty-fifth U.S.

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Schuyler wrote the. George S. Schuyler, a major black author and the first black journalist to attain national prominence with the acidic bite of his ideas, died Aug. 31 at New York Hospital. George S. Schuyler (–) wrote for black America's most influential newspaper, the Pittsburgh Courier, in addition to H.

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Samuel I. Brooks was actually a pseudonym for George Samuel Schuyler, noted black satirist of the early 20th century. This book is an intricate tale of black nationalism, science fiction, and incredible feats of derring-do intended to bolster black pride and accomplishment in the uneasy years before World War II.4/5(1).