Darwin T. Turner: a selected bibliography.
Turner, Darwin T. Afro-American Writers. Northbrook, Ill: Harlan Davidson, 1970.
Turner, Darwin T. Black Drama in America: An Anthology. Greenwich, Conn: Fawcett Publications, 1971.
Turner, Darwin T. Black American Literature: Essays, Poetry, Fiction, Drama. Columbus, Ohio: Merrill, 1974.
Turner, Darwin T. Black Literature: Essays. Columbus, Ohio: C. E. Merrill Pub. Co, 1969.
Turner, Darwin T. Cane: An Authoritative Text, Backgrounds, Criticism. New York: Norton, 1988.
Turner, Darwin T. "The Center for African Afro-American Studies at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University." Journal of Negro History. 39:3 (Summer 1970): 221-22.
Turner, Darwin T. "Daddy Joel Harris and His Old-Time Darkies." The Southern Literary Journal 1:1 (1968): 20-41.
Turner, Darwin T. "Frank Yerby as Debunker." The Massachusetts Review. 9:3 (1968): 569-577.
Turner, Darwin T. Guide for the Teacher Using Voices from the Black Experience: African and Afro-American Literature. Lexington, Mass.: Ginn, 1972.
Turner, Darwin T. "The Hippodrome." Black World. Volume XXIII, No. 4 (February 1974): 77-79.
Turner, Darwin T, and Jean M. Bright. Images of the Negro in America. Boston: D.C. Heath, 1965.
Turner, Darwin T. In a Minor Chord: Three Afro-American Writers and Their Search for Identity. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1971.
Turner, Darwin T. "Introductory Remarks About the Black Literary Tradition in the United States of America." Black American Literature Forum. 12:4 (1978): 140-147.
Turner, Darwin T. "Jazz-Vaudeville Drama in the Twenties." Educational Theatre Journal. 11:2 (1959): 110-116.
Turner, Darwin T. Katharsis. Wellesley, Mass: Wellesley Press, 1964.
Turner, Darwin T. "Past and Present in Negro American Drama." Negro American Literature Forum. 2:2 (1968): 26-27.
Turner, Darwin. "Paul Laurence Dunbar: the Rejected Symbol." Journal of Negro History. 52:1 (1967): 1-13.
Turner, Darwin T. "Speak Now." Negro Digest. 19:4 (February 1970): 79-81.
Turner, Darwin T. "Teaching Contemporary Literature," JSTOR: The English Journal, 68:6 (September 1979):34-45.
Turner, Darwin T. "Visions of Love and Manliness in a Blackening World: Dramas of Black Life Since 1953." The Black Scholar. 25:2 (Spring 1995).
Turner, Darwin T, Jean M. Bright, and Richard Wright. Voices from the Black Experience: African and Afro-American Literature. Lexington, Mass: Ginn, 1972.
Turner, Darwin T., ed. The Wayward and the Seeking: A Collection of Writings by Jean
Toomer. Washington DC: Howard University Press, 1982.
Co-Authored and Co-Edited Works
Turner, Darwin T, and Barbara D. Stanford. Theory and Practice in the Teaching of Literature by Afro-Americans. Urbana, Ill: National Council of Teachers of English, Educational Resources Information Center, Clearinghouse on the Teaching of English, 1971.
Sekora, John and Darwin T. Turner. The Art of the Slave Narrative: Original Essays in Criticism and Theory. Macomb, Ill.: Western Illinois University Press, 1982.
Thompson, Philip and Darwin T. Turner. Responding: Five: Basic Sequence. Lexington, Mass: Ginn and Company, 1973. Recordings
Turner, Darwin T. Darwin Turner. 1970. Sound recording
Turner, Darwin T. Invisible Man Ralph Ellison, n.d. Sound recording.
Works about Darwin T. Turner
Weixlmann, Joe. "A Tribute to Darwin T. Turner (1931-1991)." Black American Literature Forum. 25:1 (1991): 8-9.
Willie, Charles V. Five Black Scholars: An Analysis of Family Life, Education, and Career. Lanham, MD: Abt Books, 1986.
Zyla, Wolodymyr T., and Wendell M. Aycock. Ethnic Literatures Since 1776: The Many Voices of America. Lubbock: Interdepartmental Committee on Comparative Literature, Texas Tech University, 1978.
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