A spy in the enemy's country : the emergence of modern Black literature /
In Part One I examine the literary, historical, and social contexts within which the emerging Black literature took root. Conditions encouraged certain qualities in the literature, qualities which have persisted as racism has persisted: 1) a collective point of view; 2) the mimetic mode; 3) a sensit...
|Published:||Iowa City : University of Iowa Press, 1989.|
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