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  2. Guide to the microfilm edition of the Countee Cullen papers, 1921-1969 by Florence E Borders, 1975
  3. Poetry of Countee Cullen (Swc 1400) by Countee Cullen, 1979-06
  4. To Make a Poet Black: The Best Poems of Countee Cullen (Cdl 51400)
  5. African-American Poets: Phillis Wheatley Through Countee Cullen by Harold Bloom, 2001-01-01
  6. A study of Countee Cullen with emphasis on his poetical works by Helen Josephine Dinger, 1953
  7. Heaven's My Home; a Play by Countee Cullen and Harry Hamilton by Countee, 1903-1946 Cullen, 1935
  8. Many Colored Coat: C Countee Cullen by Houston Baker, 1974-01
  9. Countee Cullen Collection by Countee, 1903-1946 Cullen, 1968
  10. Early Draft of The Lost Zoo by Countee, 1903-1946 Cullen, 1940
  11. Color by Countee Cullen,
  12. Color by Countee Cullen, 1900
  13. Christus Natus Est by Countee, 1903-1946 Cullen, 1943
  14. The Black Christ & Other Poems by Countee Cullen, 1927

81. Jen McClure's Ruminations: On Countee Cullen & John Keats
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82. Five Poems Of Countée Cullen - For Medium Voice
It is uncertain where countee Porter (later known as countee cullen) was born, but it was probably in Louisville, Kentucky on May 30, 1903.
Five Poems of Countée Cullen for medium voice and piano i. Saturday's Child [ 5 pages, circa 3' 00" ]
Some are teethed on a silver spoon,
With the stars strung for a rattle;
I cut my teeth as the black racoon
For implements of battle.
Some are swaddled in silk and down,
And heralded by a star;
They swathed my limbs in a sackcloth gown
On a night that was black as tar.
For some, godfather and goddame
The opulent fairies be; Dame Poverty gave me my name, And Pain godfathered me. For I was born on Saturday "Bad time for planting a seed," Was all my father had to say, And, "One mouth more to feed." Death cut the strings that gave me life, And handed me to Sorrow, The only kind of middle wife My folks could beg or borrow. ii. Incident [ 3 pages, circa 2' 10" ] Once riding in old Baltimore, Heart-filled, head-filled with glee; I saw a Baltimorean Keep looking straight at me. Now I was eight and very small, And he was no whit bigger, And so I smiled, but he poked out His tongue, and called me, "Nigger." I saw the whole of Baltimore From May until December;

83. Countee Cullen, Born In Baltimore, Maryland, Poet, Black Christ And Other Poems
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84. Countee Cullen Was A Yonkers Resident
countee cullen was raised by his grandmother, Amanda Porter, and when she died in 1917 he went to live with the Reverend Frederick A. cullen, pastor of the
ountee Cullen was born on January 9, 1903 probably in Louisville, Kentucky. On a college application form he listed his birthplace as Louisville but on passports applied for between 1930-1934 New York City was listed. In 1940 his wife insisted his place of birth was Louisville. Countee Cullen was raised by his grandmother, Amanda Porter, and when she died in 1917 he went to live with the Reverend Frederick A. Cullen, pastor of the Salem Methodist Church at 129th Street and 7th Avenue in New York City. Formerly known as "Countee Porter," he assumed the name Countee Cullen" in 1918. A student at P.S. 27 in the Bronx in 1916, he later attended De Witt Clinton High School at 59th Street and 10th Avenue. During 1920-1921 he wrote for the school literary magazine, The Magpie and was associate editor in 1921 and editor of the Clinton News. He was also vice president of the senior class. The same year he won both an oratorical contest sponsored by the actor Douglas Fairbanks and thefirst place Magpie Cup in a citywide poetry contest sponsored by the Empire Federation of Women's Clubs with a poem entitled, "I Have a Rendezvous with Life." Cullen attended New York University on a Regent's Scholarship from 1921-1925 and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa as a junior. He wrote poetry for the university literary magazine

85. Poet: Countée Cullen - All Poems Of Countée Cullen
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For A Lady I Know For A Poet From the Dark Tower ... Yet Do I Marvel
Quotations "All day long and all night through,
One thing only must I do:
Quench my pride and cool my blood, Lest I perish in the flood." Countee Cullen (1903-1946), U.S. poet. Heritage (l. 116-119). . . My Soul's High Song; the Collected Writings of Countee Cullen, Voice of the Harlem Renaissance. É Gerald Early, ed. (1991) Doubleday. "What is last year's snow to me

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