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Fri Mar 21 17:08:39 2014 UTClccn-n852367690.47The devil, the gargoyle and the buffoon0.641.00Lemuel A. Johnson papers,23585940n 85236769Johnson, LemuelJohnson, Lemuel A.lccn-n78095332Shakespeare, William1564-1616nc-african literature association$meeting$1980$university of floridaAfrican Literature AssociationMeeting1980 :University of Florida)lccn-n90677624Great BritainArmyRoyal West African Frontier Forcelccn-no88002194Awkward, Michaelnc-university of michiganUniversity of Michiganlccn-n79066633Camara, Layenp-agbaw, s ekemaAgbaw, S. Ekemanp-mazrui, alamin mMazrui, Alamin M.lccn-n80076607Vandermeer, John H.np-winful, herbertWinful, HerbertJohnson, Lemuel A.Criticism, interpretation, etcPoetryConference proceedingsLiteraturePoetry--Black authorsAfrican AmericansMetaphorBlacksSierra LeoneAfricaCulture in literatureEnglish drama--Foreign influencesCaribbean AreaExoticism in literatureCulture conflict in literatureShakespeare, William,Othello (Shakespeare, William)GeographyAfrica, Spanish-speakingTempest (Shakespeare, William)Aesthetics, AfricanManners and customsEthnologyAfrica, WestWorld War (1914-1918)World War (1939-1945)SoldiersBlacks as literary charactersAfrican Americans as literary charactersJohnson, Lemuel AAfrican literatureMetaphor in literatureAfrican poetryGreat Britain.--Army.--Royal West African Frontier ForceGender identity in educationArmah, Ayi Kwei,Authors, BlackUniversities and colleges--FacultyUniversity of MichiganEducational equalizationRace awarenessOberlin CollegeLiterature--Black authorsPolitics and literatureAfrican American women authorsHomosexualityUniversity of Michigan.--Center for Afroamerican and African StudiesUnited StatesAfrican diasporaEroticism in literatureEducational sociologyAuthors, AfricanBellow, Saul194120021969197019711973197819801982198319841987198919901991199519961997199822282157809.93352PN56.3.N4ocn490995007ocn18053241110917ocn000146422book19690.53Johnson, Lemuel AThe devil, the gargoyle, and the buffoon : the Negro as metaphor in Western literatureCriticism, interpretation, etc3049ocn004035849book19780.73Johnson, Lemuel AHand on the navelPoetry+-+60398901353242608ocn001110242book19730.70Johnson, Lemuel AHighlife for CalibanPoetry+-+28398901353242594ocn035566355book19970.76Johnson, Lemuel AShakespeare in Africa (& other venues) : import & the appropriation of culture+-+21808901351756ocn012693000book19820.79Toward defining the African aestheticConference proceedings1195ocn032429655book19950.76Johnson, Lemuel ACarnival of the Old CoastPoetry+-+163989013554ocn016169109book19690.81Johnson, Lemuel AThe Negro as a metaphor a study of esthetic and ethical negativism in English, Spanish and French literaturesCriticism, interpretation, etc21ocn251952762book19710.47Johnson, Lemuel AThe devil, the gargoyle and the buffoon11ocn036102895art19961.00Shakespeare in Africa11ocn773512391art19900.47Johnson, Lemuel AA-beng : (re) calling the body in (to) question11ocn027307468visu19830.47[Third World Symposium] [with guest speaker Lemuel Johnson]Lemuel Johnson speaks of his life and writing and reads from some of his works11ocn070803360art19801.00Johnson, Lemuel A"His Excellency" and the "Owner of book" : moral vision in African politics and literature11ocn772563306art19800.47Johnson, Lemuel ACrescent and consciousness : Islamic orthodoxies and the West African novel11ocn038562428art19841.00Johnson, Lemuel ASafaris in the bush of ghosts : Camara Laye, Saul Bellow, and Ayi Kwei ArmahCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn038893632art19911.00Johnson, Lemuel AInventions of paradise : the Caribbean and the utopian bent11ocn760679972book19980.47Johnson, Lemuel AShakespeare in Africa [and] other venues import [and] the appropriation of culture+-+218089013511ocn062719499visu19961.00Diversity & the academic disciplines do race and gender really matter?Extended excerpts from two faculty panels discussing the meaning of race and gender in various disciplines. They note that history has tended to equate race and gender with difference and the suspicion of being permanently outside civil or civilizable society. While in many science disciplines, race and gender seem to have no effect on the content of research, questions linger over how a more diverse community of scientists might alter the nature of scientific research. Would a differently constituted cadre of researchers reach different conclusions about what is "important" to a discipline? Is "truth" immutable?11ocn050914330art19871.00Literature : African/American contexts and texts11ocn085778817mix1.00Johnson, Lemuel ALemuel A. Johnson papersCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryPapers include biographical information and correspondence with colleagues and family. Also contains information about his work at the Center for Afroamerican and African Studies and the Dept. of English Language and Literature. Also includes notes and drafts of Johnson's literary criticism and his poetry and other writings11ocn085778774visu1.00Johnson, Lemuel ALemuel A. Johnson photograph seriesPhotographs of Lemuel Johnson, his wife and family. Also includes photos of his parents and grandparents. Also contains photographs of Johnson while a student at Oberlin College11ocn702905143rcrd1.00Johnson, Lemuel ALemuel A. Johnson sound recording seriesSound recordings discussing African literature and the book of Corporal Bundu+-+2180890135+-+2180890135Fri Mar 21 15:49:06 EDT 2014batch12255