Author:Jessie Redmon Fauset

Jessie Redmon Fauset
Jessie Redmon Fauset


  • There Is Confusion (1924)
  • Plum Bun: A Novel Without a Moral (1928)
  • The Chinaberry Tree: A Novel of American Life (1931)
  • Comedy, American Style (1933)


"La Vie C'est la Vie"
"Christmas Eve in France"
"Dead Fires"

Short storiesEdit

  • "Emmy." The Crisis. December 1912: 79–87; January 1913: 134–142.
  • "My House and a Glimpse of My Life Therein." The Crisis. July 1914: 143–145.
  • "Double Trouble." The Crisis. August 1923: 155–159; September 1923: 205–209.


  • "Impressions of the Second Pan-African Congress." The Crisis. November 1921: 12–18.
  • "What Europe Thought of the Pan-African Congress." The Crisis. December 1921: 60–69.
  • "The Gift of Laughter." In Locke, Alaine. The New Negro: An Interpretation. (1925)
  • "Dark Algiers the White." The Crisis. 1925–26 (vol. 29–30): 255–258, 16–22.

Works about FausetEdit


Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1928.

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