Criticism and the color line : desegrating American literary studies /

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Other Authors: Wonham, Henry B., 1960-
Format: eBook
Published: New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, ©1996.
Online Access:Available via EBSCO eBook Collection
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Table of Contents:
  • Unspeakable things unspoken: the Afro-American presence in American literature /
  • Toni Morrison
  • Mr. Clemens and Jim Crow: Twain, race, and blackface /
  • Eric Lott
  • "Who I was": ethnic identity and American literary ethnocentrism /
  • Peter Carafiol
  • Reading black, white, and gray in 1968: the origins of the contemporary narrativity of slavery /
  • Ashraf H.A Rushdy
  • The politics of mourning: cultural grief-work from Frederick Douglass to Fanny Fern /
  • Jeffrey Steele
  • Black and white voices in an early African-American colonization narrative: problems of genre and emergence /
  • Dickson D. Bruce, Jr.
  • Howells, Du Bois, and the effect of "common-sense": race, realism, and nervousness in An imperative duty and The souls of black folk /
  • Henry B. Wonham
  • The remaking of Americans: Gertrude Stein's "Melanctha" and African-American musical traditions /
  • Carla L. Peterson
  • The master's tools revisited: foundation work in Anna Julia Cooper /
  • Todd Vogel
  • The African-American presence in Stowe's Dred /
  • Robert S. Levine
  • Sentimental abolition in Douglass's decade: revision, erotic conversion, and the politics of witnessing in "The heroic slave" and My bondage and my freedom /
  • P. Gabrielle Foreman
  • The blind leading the blind: the racial gaze as plot dilemma in "Benito Cereno" and "The heroic slave" /
  • Herman Beavers
  • The ghost of race: Edgar Allan Poe and the southern gothic /
  • Teresa Goddu
  • Interrogating "whiteness," complicating "blackness": remapping American culture /
  • Shelley Fisher Fishkin.