3 edition of The Trains done been and gone found in the catalog.
The Trains done been and gone
|Statement||by Marion E. Warren and Mame Warren ; introduction and text by Mame Warren ; with essays by Arthur C. Townsend ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Warren, Marion E., Warren, Mame, 1950-, Townsend, Arthur C.|
|LC Classifications||F189.A643 T7 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||94 p. :|
|Number of Pages||94|
|LC Control Number||81050974|
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The old stationmaster heard all kinds of excuses from late passengers, but no excuse was to any avail. Here's a lesson about qualifying for the Kingdom of God. I ain't never seen the likes since I's been born - how the people keep a-comin' and the train's done gone." These were the words of an old friend of mine, the railroad stationmaster of my boyhood hometown.
His new novel, "Tell Me How Long the Train's Been Gone" is his attempt to recreate, as an artist this time, the tragic condition of the Negro, in America.
He has not been successful; this is a. The people keep-a-coming but the train done gone. “A virgin shall be with Child and they shall call His name, Immanuel.” The Book of Matthew tells us in chapter 1 verse Immanuel means God with us.
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difference between “been” and “gone” is that “been” is the past participle of “be,” and “gone” is the past participle of “go.” 2.“Gone” is used for the present perfect tense and not used for present perfect continuous tense.
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While Baldwin, over a past decade, has pixied into vascular self-contemplation, a new breed of lions has taken over the delineation of black identity, and this is obviously Baldwin struggling to find his place in line. The artist at bay here is named Leo Proudhammer (a witticism which promises much), and this is his background for a breakdowna massive heart.
Put that into the time when ***** spirituals often originated, and imagine that they took a train instead (stopping in Bethlehem). "People keep a-comin' an' the train done gone" may mean that people keep coming (shepherds, wise men, etc.) to the station even though the train already left -- they are coming not for the train, but to see baby Jesus.