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articulate
used in The Souls of Black Folk

4 uses
  • The innate love of harmony and beauty that set the ruder souls of his people a-dancing and a-singing raised but confusion and doubt in the soul of the black artist; for the beauty revealed to him was the soul-beauty of a race which his larger audience despised, and he could not articulate the message of another people.
    Chapter 1 (38% in)
  • And the Negro knew full well that, whatever their deeper convictions may have been, Southern men had fought with desperate energy to perpetuate this slavery under which the black masses, with half-articulate thought, had writhed and shivered.
    Chapter 2 (57% in)
  • I know little of music and can say nothing in technical phrase, but I know something of men, and knowing them, I know that these songs are the articulate message of the slave to the world.
    Chapter 14 (27% in)
  • Such a message is naturally veiled and half articulate.
    Chapter 14 (52% in)

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