The slave's rebellion : literature, history, orature /
How the slave rebellion haunts the black imagination.
Bloomington, IN :
Indiana University Press,
|Series:||Blacks in the diaspora.
|Online Access:||Available via EBSCO eBook Collection|
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Table of Contents:
- Hegel's burden: the slave's counter violence in philosophy, critical theory, and literature
- Nat Turner and plot making in early African American fiction
- Reverse abolitionism and Black popular resistance: the marrow of tradition
- Slave rebellion, the Great Depression, and the "turbulence to come" for capitalism: Black thunder
- Distilling proverbs of history from the Haitian War of Independence: the Black Jacobins
- Slave rebellion and magical realism: the kingdom of this world
- Slavery in African literary discourse: orality contra realism in Yorùb Oríkì and [O.]m[o.] Olókùn [E.][s.]in
- Prying subaltern rebellious consciousness out of the clenched jaws of oral traditions: [E.]fún[s.]et n Aníwúrà
- Reiterating the Black experience: rebellious material bodies and their textual fates in Dessa rose
- Conclusion: what Is the meaning of slave rebellion.