Popular fronts : Chicago and African-American cultural politics, 1935-46 /
|Published:||Urbana : University of Illinois Press, ©1999.|
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Table of Contents:
- 1.. Chicago and the Politics of Reputation: Richard Wright's Long Black Shadow
- 2.. Turning White Space into Black Space: The Chicago Defender and the Creation of the Cultural Front
- 3.. Artists in Uniform: The South Side Community Art Center and the Defense of Culture
- 4.. Worker-Writers in Bronzeville: Negro Story and the African-American "Little" Magazine
- 5.. Genre Politics/Cultural Politics: The Short Story and the New Black Fiction Market
- 6.. Engendering the Cultural Front: Gwendolyn Brooks, Black Women, and Class Struggle in Poetry
- 7.. American Daughters, Fifth Columns, and Lonely Crusades: Purge, Emigration, and Exile in Chicago
- Postscript: Bronzeville Today
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