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  Jessie fauset, jessie redmon fauset, jessie redmon fauset poems, jessie fauset - Welcome to African-American Writer ...
Jessie Redmon Fauset was born April 27, 1882 in Camden, New Jersey.
Redmon Fauset married Bella Huff after the death of Annie Fauset and the couple moved their family to Philadelphia.
Fauset is most noted for her work at the Crisis, the official publication of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).
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 Jessie Fauset - The Black Renaissance in Washington, DC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Fauset did not possess the characteristics generally associated with the Renaissance: she was older, reserved in demeanor, meaningfully employed, and her lifestyle was not bohemian in nature.
Miss Fauset is often referred to as an “older sister figure” to the younger writers, “midwife” of the Renaissance, and “provider of yeoman’s work for the Negro Renaissance.” In all respects, her services and contributions to the movement were appreciated and her novels endorsed by the established fl critics of the day.
Jessie Redmon Fauset, the seventh child of Redmon and Annie Seamon Fauset, was born in Camden County, New Jersey, a suburb of Philadelphia.
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 VG: Artist Biography: Fauset, Jessie Redmon
Jessie Redmon Fauset was born in 1882 in Fredericksville, New Jersey into an affluent family.
Jessie Fauset wrote all four of her novels in the remarkably prolific years between 1924 and 1931.
Jessie Fauset has often been criticized for portraying her almost exclusively upper-middle class characters as exemplars of "what the race is capable of doing" (Christian 41).
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 PAL: Jessie Redmon Fauset(1884-1961)
Finally, in addition to Fauset's personal work for Du Bois and editorial work on his magazine, she was able to reach some of Harlem's youngest minds with her editorship of Brownie's Book, a children's publication for a mentor project headed by her boss.
Fauset was still employed by Du Bois when she published her first novel, There is Confusion, in 1924, which sparked her brief but relatively successful publishing career—culminating with three more novels.
Literary Midwife: Jessie Fauset and the Harlem Renaissance.
web.csustan.edu /english/reuben/pal/chap9/fauset.html   (1470 words)

 Introducing Jessie Redmon Fauset -- Lawnside Historical Society, Inc.
The midwife of the Harlem Renaissance was born here and, this year, she's finally going to have a celebration in her home town.
Her father the Rev. Redmon Fauset was pastor of Mount Pisgah African Methodist Episcopal Church.
It was Langston Hughes who called Miss Fauset the mid-wife of the Harlem Renaissance for nurturing him and others by providing an outlet and pay for their published work.
petermotthouse.org /news/JessieFauset.html   (418 words)

 Core Collection - The Black Renaissance in Washington, DC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Included among the thirteen are Sterling A. Brown (14-24), Jessie Redmon Fauset (36-48), Rudolph Fisher (49-61), Langston Hughes (62-77), Zora Neale Hurston (78-93), and Jean Toomer (134-146).
Those poets with Washington ties are well-represented: Gwendolyn Bennett (103-108), Clarissa Scott Delany (142-144), Jessie Fauset (122, 156-158), Angeline Weld Grimke (73, 123, 145-150, 179-185), Georgia Douglas Johnson (57-66, 121, 162-164), and Esther Popel (214-216).
Included among this fourteen are: Gwendolyn Bennett (48-54), Marita Bonner (95-123), Jessie Redmon Fauset (1-39), Angelina Weld Grimke (124-145), Zora Neale Hurston (227-249), and Georgia Douglas Johnson (55-59).
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