Up from bondage : the literatures of Russian and African American soul /
|Published:||Durham [N.C.] : Duke University Press, 2000.|
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Table of Contents:
- Prologue: Justifying the Margin: The Cultural Construction of "Soul"
- 1. Civilizing the Race: The Missionary Nationalism of Chaadaev and Crummell
- 2. Conserving the Race: The Emergence of Cultural Nationalism
- 3. Notes from the Underworld: Dostoevsky, DuBois, and the Discovery of Ethnic "Soul"
- 4. Recovering the Native Tongue: Turgenev, Chesnutt, and Hurston
- 5. Underground Notes: Double-Voicedness and the Poetics of National Identity
- 6. Native Sons Against Native Soul: Maxim Gorky and Richard Wright
- 7. Eurasians and New Negroes: The Invention of Multicultural Nationalism
- 8. Preserving the Race: Rasputin, Naylor, and the Mystique of Native "Soul"
- Epilogue: Response and Call: The African American Dialogue with Bakhtin
- Selected Bibliography
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