W.E.B. Du Bois
The Souls of Black Folk (1903)

Things to Consider:

Homework Questions (See Part Two Q's )

Editors' Introduction
xvii:

xxvi: "Forethought"
6: "Of Our Spiritual Strivings"
11: "Of the Dawn of Freedom"
17: 22: "Of Mr. Booker T. Washington"
35: 42: Washington's Atlanta Exposition Address
168: 170:
Other Discussion Questions:

Editors' Introduction
x:

xii: xiv: xxx: xxxiv: "Of Our Spiritual Strivings" 12: 15: 16: "Of the Dawn of Freedom"
18: 26: 27: 28: 29: 30: 33: "Of Mr. Booker T. Washington"
34: 35: 40: 44: 45: Washington's Atlanta Exposition Address
167: 168: 169: Du Bois's Obituary for Washington:
171:
Homework Questions (Part Two):
"Of the Meaning of Progress"
50: 52: 60: "Of the Training of Black Men"
65: 72: 73: "Of the Black Belt" "The Sorrow Songs"
158: 162:
  • What three contributions by Blacks to America does Du Bois list?

  • Other Discussion Questions:
    "Of the Meaning of Progress"
    48: 49: 51: 53-54: 54: "On the Wings of Atalanta"
    54: 55: 56: 57: 61: "Of the Training of Black Men"
    66: 67: 69-70: 72: "Of the Black Belt"
    76: 77: 80: 85: 86: "The Sorrow Songs"
    154: 155: 156: 159: 160: 161: 162: "Afterthought"
    164:
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