"The Princess Steel"

Title"The Princess Steel"
Year for Search1908
AuthorsDu Bois, W[illiam] E[dward] B[urghardt](1858-1963)
Secondary AuthorsBrown, Adrienne, and Rusert, Britt
Tertiary AuthorsDu Bois, W. E. B.
Secondary TitlePMLA
Volume / Edition130.3
Pagination822-29, with an “Introduction” by Adrienne Brown and Britt Rusert (819-21)
Date Published[1908-10?]/2015
KeywordsAfrican American author, Male author
Annotation

Fantastic story that is a critique of capitalism, trust building, and the exploitation of African Americans and Africans. 

Author Note

The African American author, best-known as W. E. B. Du Bois, (1868-1963) was the first African-American to receive a doctorate from Harvard University and was one of the most prominent African-American thinkers in the U. S. in the early twentieth century.

Full Text

[1908-10?] Du Bois, W[illiam] E[dward] B[urghardt] (1868-1963). “The Princess Steel.” PMLA 130.3 (May 2015): 822-29, with an “Introduction” by Adrienne Brown and Britt Rusert (819-21) and illus. of a page of the manuscript, which is held by the David Graham DuBois Trust and Special Collections, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, on 826.

Fantastic story that is a critique of capitalism, trust building, and the exploitation of African Americans and Africans. The African American author was the first African-American to receive a doctorate from Harvard University and was one of the most prominent African American thinkers in the U. S. in the early twentieth century.