The passing figure : racial confusion in modern American literature /
How and when does literature most effectively uncover race to be a metaphor? The passing figure, a light-skinned African-American capable and willing to pass for white, provides the thematic focus to this provocative study. In exploring the social and cultural history of this distinctly American phe...
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|Series:||Modern American literature (New York, N.Y.) ;
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