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Dark Princess

von Du Bois, W E B   (Autor)

In New York City, aspiring obstetrician Matthew Townes has hit the glass ceiling. Unable to continue his medical studies and disillusioned by his circumstance, he leaves the United States for Germany, and in Berlin, meets a purple haired princess named Kautilya. Considered to be his favorite work, Dark Princess is a socio-political romance novel by W. E. B. Du Bois.

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In New York City, aspiring obstetrician Matthew Townes has hit the glass ceiling. Unable to continue his medical studies and disillusioned by his circumstance, he leaves the United States for Germany, and in Berlin, meets a purple haired princess named Kautilya. Considered to be his favorite work, Dark Princess is a socio-political romance novel by W. E. B. Du Bois. 

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W. E. B. Du Bois (1868-1963) was an African American sociologist, historian, civil rights activist, and socialist. Born in Massachusetts, he was raised in Great Barrington, an integrated community. He studied at the University of Berlin and at Harvard, where he became the first African American scholar to earn a doctorate. He worked as a professor at Atlanta University, a historically black institution, and was one of the leaders of the Niagara Movement, which advocated for equal rights and opposed Booker T. Washington's Atlanta compromise. In 1909, he cofounded the NAACP and served for years as the editor of its official magazine The Crisis. In addition to his activism against lynching, Jim Crow laws, and other forms of discrimination and segregation, Du Bois authored such influential works as The Souls of Black Folk (1903) and Black Reconstruction in America (1935). A lifelong opponent of racism and a committed pacifist, Du Bois advocated for socialism as a means of replacing racial capitalism in America and around the world. In the 1920s, he used his role at The Crisis to support the artists of the Harlem Renaissance and sought to emphasize the role of African Americans in shaping American society in his book The Gift of Black Folk (1924). 

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Seiten: 368
Sprache: Englisch
Erschienen: Januar 2024
Maße: 203 x 127 mm
Gewicht: 399 g
EAN 9798888971024

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