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"Red-Headed Baby" by Langston Hughes
The Gale Literary Source database only contains a couple of literary criticism articles around this story, although there is a lot of general material on Langston Hughes. The NCC Libraries also have a large collection of books on Hughes. Below is a sampling.
"Blood-Burning Moon" by Jean Toomer
The Gale Literary Sources database contains around 40 literary criticism articles on this story. Here's a sample of some of the articles:
What follows are some of the books that are available through the NCC Library:
Call Number: PS3539 .O478 C3 1988 BETHLEHEM STACKS
This is the text of Toomer's novel Cane, which contains the story of "Blood-Burning Moon." It also contains background information and literary criticism for the novel.
Call Number: PS3539 .O478 A6 1996 BETHLEHEM STACKS
This is a collection of essays by Toomer. Many of them cover aspects of race, like these chapters: The Negro emergent -- The crock of problems -- Race problems and modern society
A Jean Toomer Reader
Call Number: PS3539 .O478 A6 1993 BETHLEHEM STACKS
Another collection of essays by Toomer.