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by Hugh Morris Gloster
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It covered such topics as law, education, disenfranchisement, and Black Americans' place in American society
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GLOSTER, Hugh Morris. Published by Chapel Hill. Bibliographic Details. Title: Negro Voices in American Fiction. Publisher: Chapel Hill. University of North Carolina Press.
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Hugh Gloster1911–2002College president Source for information on Gloster, Hugh: Notable Black American Men, Book II dictionary. Historically black colleges and universities praised Hugh Morris Gloster as one of the celebrities among their college presidents. President of Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia, for twenty years (1967–87), Gloster, affectionately called "Hugh" by the student body, touched the lives of thousands of students who later held prominent positions around the country. Leaves Hampton Institute to become president of Morehouse College.
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15 Locke,, American Literary Tradition and the Negro, pp. 215–22. 16 Brown, Sterling . Negro Character as Seen by White Authors, Journal of Negro Education, II (1933), 179–203. This article was absorbed into Brown's The Negro in American Fiction (Washington, D. 1937) and his Negro Poetry and Drama (Washington, D. 1937).
MARK HANNA WATKINS Fiction and the Life of a People It is most unfortunate that an op- pressed group in a "free" land has no social life or culture, art, science, business, or literature, that is not tainted by the sournessof its oppres- sion
MARK HANNA WATKINS Fiction and the Life of a People It is most unfortunate that an op- pressed group in a "free" land has no social life or culture, art, science, business, or literature, that is not tainted by the sournessof its oppres- sion. As more and more freedom en- sues, this taint diminishes. But while it is present (and it will be for Ne- groes in the United States for a long time yet), it must be handled in the most therapeutic way. And there seem to be doubts as to what is the most therapeutic way. Take the field of the arts, for ex- ample.
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Hugh Morris Gloster, who as president of the historically black Morehouse College greatly strengthened its endowment and faculty in the civil rights era, died on Feb. 16 in Decatur, Ga. He was 9. Dr. Gloster was also an author who often lectured on American literature and education. He wrote ''Negro Voices in American Fiction,'' in print since 1948, and ''My Life - My Country - My World'' (1952) which became a standard anthology in college literature courses. Hugh Morris Gloster was born May 11, 1911, in Brownsville, Tenn. He spent his early years in Memphis, where his father was a principal and teacher.
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Publisher: Russell&Russell Pub (June 1965)