Table of Contents for Miss Anne in Harlem : The White Women of the Black Renaissance


A Note to the Reader xi
List of Illustrations
xiii
"A White Girl's Prayer" in "The Poet's Page," The Crisis xv
Introduction: In Search of Miss Anne xvii
Part One MISS ANNE'S WORLD
1(56)
Chapter 1 Black and White Identity Politics
3(26)
Chapter 2 An Erotics of Race
29(28)
Part Two CHOOSING BLACKNESS: SEX, LOVE, AND PASSING
57(110)
Chapter 3 Let My People Go: Lillian E. Wood Passes for Black
59(24)
Chapter 4 Josephine Cogdell Schuyler: "The Fall of a Fair Confederate"
83(84)
Part Three REPUDIATING WHITENESS: POLITICS, PATRONAGE, AND PRIMITIVISM
167(88)
Chapter 5 Black Souls: Annie Nathan Meyer Writes Black
169(24)
Chapter 6 Charlotte Osgood Mason: "Mother of the Primitives"
193(62)
Part Four REWARDS AND COSTS: PUBLISHING, PERFORMANCE, AND MODERN REBELLION
255(84)
Chapter 7 Imitation of Life: Fannie Hurst's "Sensation in Harlem"
257(22)
Chapter 8 Nancy Cunard: "I Speak as If I Were a Negro Myself"
279(60)
Epilogue: "Love and Consequences" 339(6)
Acknowledgments 345(6)
Credits 351(6)
Notes 357(76)
Bibliography 433(46)
Index 479