Lillian Helena Smith 1887-1983
- Lilian Smith, 1897-1997. Brantley, Will // Southern Quarterly;Summer1997, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p7
Profiles Lillian Smith, a writer and civil rights activist who died in 1966. Celebration of the centennial of her birth; Overview of her books.
- Untitled. Smith, Lilian // Hurricane Alice;Fall1986, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p9
Presents an untitled poem by Lillian Smith. First line: Rain...a limb of tree...buds swelling; Last line: and she found the strength to accept her future.
- Ten Years from Today. Smith, Lillian // Vital Speeches of the Day;8/15/51, Vol. 17 Issue 21, p669
Presents the text of a speech given by author Lillian Smith on June 5, 1951, which deals with racial segregation.
- Sin, sex and segregation. LAFARGE, JOHN // America;10/29/1949, Vol. 82 Issue 4, p101
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- DIPSOMANIA, MISCECENATION. Gardiner, Harold C. // America;4/22/1944, Vol. 71 Issue 3, p75
The article reviews the book "Stranger Fruit," by Lillian Smith.
- CORRESPONDENCE. // New Republic;5/22/50, Vol. 122 Issue 21, p4
Presents letters to the editor referencing articles and topics discussed in previous issues. Discussion on the unqualified praise accorded to Maurice Davie's "Negroes in American Society"; Misrepresentation of facts in the review of the book "Killers of the Dream," by Lillian Smith; Comparative...
- THE JOURNEY. McNiff, Mary Stack // America;6/5/1954, Vol. 91 Issue 10, p280
The article reviews the book "The Journey," by Lillian Smith.
- STRANGE FRUIT IN HARLEM. // Ebony;Jun1950, Vol. 5 Issue 8, p27
The article focuses on U.S. novelist Lillian Smith. The Georgia, Atlanta-born author wrote the novels "Strange Fruit" and "Killers of the Dream." She tells her impression as a white Southerner seeing the African-American community of Harlem in New York. The Southern novelist describes New York's...
- The Subversive Potential of the Abjected Black Maternal Body in Lillian Smith's Strange Fruit. Wolfe, Andrea Powell // Flannery O'Connor Review;2010, Vol. 8, p130
A literary criticism of the book "Strange Fruit" by Lillian Smith is presented. It explores the symbolic significance of the black maternal body, claiming that it can destroy the politic body itself. The author claims that the book manifests the potential subversive authority of a black mother...