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81. Will Eisner's Shop Talk
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82. The Wounded Heart: Writing on
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83. The NPR Curious Listener's Guide
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84. "Saddling La Gringa": Gatekeeping
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85. Handbook of American-Jewish Literature
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86. Natural Mysticism: Towards a New
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87. Particular Voices: Portraits of
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88. New Latina Narrative: The Feminine
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89. Chicano Controversy: Oscar Acosta
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90. Sexual Naturalization: Asian Americans
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91. American Jeremiad
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92. Fictional Feminism: How American
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93. Writing Like a Woman (Poets on
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94. Love and Death in the American
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95. Cormac McCarthy's All the Pretty
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96. Speak What We Feel : Not What
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97. Memory, Narrative, Identity
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98. Alias Bill Arp: Charles Henry
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81. Will Eisner's Shop Talk
by Will Eisner
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Asin: 156971536X
Catlog: Book (2001-05-30)
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Sales Rank: 773439
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Will Eisner is a master of the comics medium, and when he got together to chat with other masters of the medium, what came of it was a collection of information vital to everyone working in the industry, and indispensable to anyone looking to get into it.Featuring interviews with Jack Kirby, Joe Simon, Gil Kane, Joe Kubert, Jack Davis, Neal Adams, C.C. Beck, Milton Caniff, Gill Fox, Harvey Kurtzman, and distribution guru Phil Seuling, Will Eisner`s Shop Talk is chock full of golden tidbits of comics knowledge.Previously serialized in the now long out-of-print Spirit Magazine and Will Eisner`s Quarterly, the interviews flow naturally into a compendium of technical secrets, light-hearted anecdotes, and informative history lessons. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Interesting Insights of Old Comics Creators! No Hype.
Since Will Eisner is a such a respected figure in the comics industry, it seems that all of the interviewed gentlemen took their interview seriously. These are interesting interviews about how each artist got started in the comics business, and how they went about their work, as well as the ups and downs of their career struggles. Most of these interviews discuss events that occurred decades earlier. These are not interviews full of fluff and hype, as would appear in contemporary trade magazines that are trying to promote some upcoming comic book product line.

Since Will Eisner is the interviewer, each interviewee seems to be taking him seriously, and respectfully as either a peer or an inspiration. Thus, these comics creators are willing to go a little deeper with their insights and experiences of their careers.

All of the interviews occurred in the early 1980's, so many of the interviewed people have since passed away. But since the subject of conversation is usually about events of the Golden and Silver Age of comics (1935-1975 ROUGHLY), these interviews read like new interviews anyway. Each interview reads like a transcript of two guys sitting around, casually talking about the good old days. So if your idea of the good old days is the Golden Age of comic books, then you will thoroughly enjoy this book.

I picked up this book to read about Gil Kane, Jack Kirby, and Joe Kubert; but I ended up being introduced to the careers of Milton Caniff, Neal Adams, Harvey Kurtzman, and others, folks who I had heard of but had never followed their works before.

So this book gave me many insights and new attitudes about the field of comics creation.

It's also nice that all of the interviews are sprinkled with many b/w photos, pictures and drawings of each interview subject, so reading this book really does become a nice introduction to artists whose work you may not be familiar with.

If you're a serious, adult comics fan, then you will probably enjoy this book! ... Read more


82. The Wounded Heart: Writing on Cherrie Moraga (Chicana Matters Series)
by Yvonne Yarbro-Bejarano
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Asin: 0292796080
Catlog: Book (2001-11-01)
Publisher: University of Texas Press
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"Yvonne Yarbro-Bejarano has written the best feminist study to date of Moraga's art in its richest aesthetic, cultural, and political implications. This book, I believe, is a major reading of a major Chicana intellectual. More than that, it is a sweeping reassessment of Chicano/a theater and of Moraga's reclamation of the Chicano/a movement, a model of literary and cultural historicism, and a searching and engaging exploration of the major critical issues in current Chicano/a discourse." --José David Saldívar, author of Border Matters: Remapping American Cultural StudiesIn her work as poet, essayist, editor, dramatist, and public intellectual, Chicana lesbian writer Cherríe Moraga has been extremely influential in current debates on culture and identity as an ongoing, open-ended process. Analyzing the "in-between" spaces in Moraga's writing where race, gender, class, and sexuality intermingle, this first book-length study of Moraga's work focuses on her writing of the body and related material practices of sex, desire, and pleasure.Yvonne Yarbro-Bejarano divides the book into three sections, which analyze Moraga's writing of the body, her dramaturgy in the context of both dominant and alternative Western theatrical traditions, and her writing of identities and racialized desire. Through close textual readings of Loving in the War Years, Giving Up the Ghost, Shadow of a Man, Heroes and Saints, The Last Generation, and Waiting in the Wings, Yarbro-Bejarano contributes to the development of a language to talk about sexuality as potentially empowering, the place of desire within politics, and the intricate workings of racialized desire. ... Read more


83. The NPR Curious Listener's Guide to Popular Standards
by MaxMorath
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Asin: 0399527443
Catlog: Book (2002-02-05)
Publisher: Perigee Trade
Sales Rank: 451103
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* Every major singer from Frank Sinatra to Christina Aguilera * Every major composer from Irving Berlin to Stephen Sondheim * Every major song from a century of favorites * Every major musician and lyricist * Every major styling from blues, jazz, and country to folk, big band, and rock and roll * The most recorded songs of all time * A guide to understanding the "standard" lingo * The evolution of popular music from Tin Pan Alley to contemporary musical theater, and more ... Read more


84. "Saddling La Gringa": Gatekeeping in Literature by Contemporary Latina Writers (Contributions in Women's Studies)
by Phillipa Kafka
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Asin: 0313311226
Catlog: Book (2000-09-30)
Publisher: Greenwood Press
Sales Rank: 1720781
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Latina writers are often sensitive to the discrimination faced by Latinos and Latinas in the United States. Latinas are additionally oppressed because of their gender--because they are women, they hold a subordinate position in Latino culture. This book gives special attention to the role of female cultural "gatekeepers" in novels by contemporary Latina writers. These gatekeepers enforce and perpetuate patriarchal cultural constraints onto future generations of Latinas. The book begins by examining Judith Ortiz Cofer's Silent Dancing, a work which clearly illustrates the role of gatekeepers in perpetuating gendered power relations. It then turns to the works of Christina Garcia, Julia Alvarez, Rosario Ferre, and Magali Garcia Ramis. ... Read more


85. Handbook of American-Jewish Literature : An Analytical Guide to Topics, Themes, and Sources
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Asin: 0313245932
Catlog: Book (1988-01-26)
Publisher: Greenwood Press
Sales Rank: 693218
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"The title is perhaps a bit deceptive, for this is assuredly more than `handbook' might indicate. . . . Fried's anthology is a truly complex work, bringing together eighteen essays of mostly uniform high quality, and masses of bibliographic resources to present a comprehensive overview. . . . Fried's book does not present the original works themselves, but rather culls mostly outstanding essays on the prose, poetry, drama, and literary criticism produced by Jewish writers in America from the final decades of the last century to the present." Studies in American Jewish Literature ... Read more


86. Natural Mysticism: Towards a New Reggae Aesthetic
by Kwame Senu Neville Dawes, Kwame Dawes
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Asin: 1900715228
Catlog: Book (1999-04-01)
Publisher: Peepal Tree Press
Sales Rank: 689035
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87. Particular Voices: Portraits of Gay and Lesbian Writers
by Robert Giard
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Asin: 0262071800
Catlog: Book (1997-08-01)
Publisher: Mit Pr
Sales Rank: 1135096
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foreword by Julia VanHaaften

"Particular Voices is an extraordinary achievement. These portraits and words of writers who so often have been silenced provide an exquisite visual and written record of courage." -- Barbara Smith, Writer and Activist

"Like August Sander who chronicled the citizens of Germany's modern world, Bob Giard has crafted an eloquent taxonomy of those gay and lesbian writers whose collective voice has proclaimed the joy, anguish, and determination of queer America. Giard has given gay history a memorable and poignant kaleidoscope of photographic portraiture." -- Thomas Sokolowski, Director, The Andy Warhol Museum

In 1985, photographer Robert Giard set out to create an archive of portraits of gay and lesbian writers from across the United States. His intention was to present visible evidence of their presence in our culture, to attest to their particular voices. The result is the most extensive photographic record of the gay and lesbian literary community ever undertaken. This book contains 182 of the more than 500 portraits Giard has made. The collection underscores the diversity of the gay population and encompasses a broad range of literary genres: fiction, poetry, drama, personal narrative, history, criticism, and political/activist statements.

Before approaching each subject, Giard immersed himself in the writer's work. Then, after a period of personal exchange and contact between Giard and the writer, Giard traveled to the personal setting, most often the writer's home, where the photograph was to be taken. Usually he worked with the existing light he found there. Each portrait in the book reflects the subtle transaction between the photographer and the writer, who both withholds and presents in varying degrees. For Giard, existing-light portraiture mirrors that exchange, as the subject simultaneously recedes into shadow and emerges into the light.

In the book, each portrait faces an excerpt of the writer's work, chosen by Giard in consultation with the writer. Taken as a whole, the portraits and excerpts encompass the many-faceted history of the the gay/lesbian experience in the United States over the past seventy-five years. The book also features a foreword by Julia VanHaaften, Curator of Photographs at the New York Public Library; an introduction by Giard, "Self-Portrait of a Gay Reader"; an essay by Christopher Bram on gay writing; and an essay by Joan Nestle on lesbian writing. ... Read more


88. New Latina Narrative: The Feminine Space of Postmodern Ethnicity
by Ellen McCracken
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Asin: 0816519412
Catlog: Book (1999-04-01)
Publisher: University of Arizona Press
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89. Chicano Controversy: Oscar Acosta and Richard Rodriguez (Modern American Literature (New York, N.Y.), Vol. 33.)
by Paul Guajardo
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Catlog: Book (2002-11-01)
Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing
Sales Rank: 1862763
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90. Sexual Naturalization: Asian Americans And Miscegenation (Asian America (Paperback))
by SUSAN KOSHY
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Asin: 0804747296
Catlog: Book (2005-01-15)
Publisher: Stanford University Press
Sales Rank: 25960
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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"Sexual Naturalization" offers compelling new insights into the racialized constitution of American nationality.In the first major interdisciplinary study of Asian-white miscegenation from the late nineteenth to the end of the twentieth century, Koshy traces the shifting gender and racial hierarchies produced by antimiscegenation laws and their role in shaping cultural norms.Not only did these laws foster the reproduction of the United States as a white nation, they were paralleled by extraterritorial privileges that facilitated the sexual access of white American men to Asian women overseas.Miscegenation laws thus turned sex acts into race acts and engendered new meanings for both.

Koshy argues that the cultural work performed by narratives of white-Asian miscegenation dramatically transformed the landscape of desire in the United States, inventing new objects and relations of desire that established a powerful hold over U.S. culture, a capture of imaginative space that was out of all proportion to the actual numbers of Asian residents. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent hard-hitting study, shaking up US racial frames...
Susan Koshy's first book (foreshadowing many to come) offers a sustained and lucid analysis of the structural and geopolitical constraints (as opposed to more liberal or volunaristic accounts) that act upon producing a certain kind of discourse on race and, later, ethnicity, within white-centered frameworks of the US legal system.She enacts an important intervention into the whole way American and Asian American Studies conceive of "whiteness" as a constituitive category of national belonging or the Asian American as an automatic subaltern, however privileged he or she is in class or worldly situation.The racism produced by various Asian groups against other Asian immigrants and blacks, in shifting historical contexts of capitalist modernity, is shown to be an ongoing function of legal constraints upon how (white) citizenship is established, and, later, how minority citizenship is signified and valorized as hybrid or exemplary as such.This later shift from racial to ethnic senses of belonging is an important one for the field-imaginary in a transnational era, and shows how the new discourse of ethnicity in a transnational context (within Asian-friendly Pacific Rim discourse) often obscures (yes this is so) the operations of race and class.

Koshy's examples-of Mississippi Chinese and shifting claims and constructions of South Asians-help to expose the porousness of whiteness as a container for that construct as wielded against black US citizens.The well-argued difference and originality in her account both outlines the complicity of various Asian American groups in affiliating themselves with forms and claims of white citizenship.At the same time her account shows how such claims had to emanate from within a hegemonic legal system (and related, more fluid cultural genres of representation) that did not allow for the subversive power of difference and counter-hegemonic force many credit Asian American legal subjecitivityand literature with.Thus, Koshy offers a grim, well researched, and Foucault-wise project that shows the full range of power to produce forms of complicity and to contain and delimit forms of resistance. Through thick descriptive detail and close reading of key libidinaltexts, the project traces the shift from narrating visions of tragic and sentimentalized exclusion (Long and Griffith) to more hybrid and creolized forms of US national belonging via "racial hybridity tropes" and cross-racial romance (Bulosan and Mukerjee).The latter examples by Asian American authors threaten to fall into versions of democratic idealism and what Koshy calls "conservative multiculturalism,"

Koshy's study thus reveals that the minority texts cannot be read as utopic instances of subaltern resistance and difference but as romantic-national works themselves implicated and contained in the legalistic and hegemonic force-fields of American liberal culture.Her chapter on the "Madame Butterfly" syndrome and long historical transformation is the best I know and a delight to read.This book is important he said she said...
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91. American Jeremiad
by Sacvan Bercovitch
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Catlog: Book (1980-10-01)
Publisher: University of Wisconsin Press
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Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Sacvan Bercovitch has written a thrilling book not only about early American history (e. g., the Puritain errand in the wilderness) but also about tendencies of American civil discourse. The analysis of history is rhetorical and there is little beyond the dating of the documents that suggests there is more to the writing of history than textual analysis. For some this emphasis will be a strength, for others a profound weakness of the work.

Whatever one's opinion of the approach, the outcome is spectacularly suggestive. The work provides something like a study of the form that the expression of the American dream has taken since the beginning. Most of the discussion concerns the iron exhorations of early American religious leaders. The jeremiad exists in America and seems inseparable from communication of the American people's greatest desire. The jeremiad, since it is a form or perhaps even a genre is not only durable but mutable, applicable to seemingly all realms of American discourse.

I heartily recommend this perceptive little book to those curious about American discourse and the shared form that religious, political and cultural concerns take. ... Read more


92. Fictional Feminism: How American Bestsellers Affect the Movement for Women's Equality
by Kim A. Loudermilk
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Asin: 0415968062
Catlog: Book (2003-12-01)
Publisher: Routledge
Sales Rank: 809226
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This book focuses on the ways in which second-wave feminism has been represented in American popular culture, and on the effects that these representations have had on feminism as a political movement. Kim Loudermilk provides close readings of four best-selling novels and their film adaptations. According to Loudermilk, each of these novels contains explicitly feminist characters and themes, yet each presents a curiously ambivalent picture of feminism; these texts at once take feminism seriously and subtly undercut its most central tenets. This book argues that these texts create a kind of "fictional feminism" that recuperates feminism's radical potential, thereby lessening the threat it presents to the status quo. ... Read more


93. Writing Like a Woman (Poets on Poetry)
by Alicia Suskin Ostriker
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Catlog: Book (1983-04-15)
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
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Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Essays on women poets and on the relationship between gender and creativity
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4-0 out of 5 stars Fascinating! A must-have guide for any aspiring author!
Alicia Ostriker's marvelous guide to writing is not only unique in it's format and style, but is simply a wonderful guide for how to capture the essence of the increasingly popular women's writing movement. Oprah's book club has really increased interest in women's writing, with authors such as Jane Hamilton, Janet Fitch, and Ursula Hegi, to mention just a few. Doubtless, many aspiring writers have wanted to capture that same magic that makes those books so appealing--and this book is the first step! It is compulsively readable, immensely encouraging, and ultimately, a supreme, unparalleled guide to becoming a better, more readable writer. The only thing that prevents this book from receiving Amazon's highest rating is that there could have been more exercises and there still seemed enough information left out to warrant another book or perhaps a series. Nonetheless, this is an extremely enlightening guide and well worth its purchase price. Bravo! ... Read more


94. Love and Death in the American Novel
by Leslie A. Fiedler
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Asin: 1564781631
Catlog: Book (1998-01-01)
Publisher: Dalkey Archive Press
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Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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A retrospective article on Leslie Fiedler in the New YorkTimes Book Review in 1965 referred to Love and Death in the AmericanNovel as " one of the great, essential books on the American imagination. . . an accepted major work." This groundbreaking work views in depthboth American literature and character from the time of the AmericanRevolution to the present. From it, there emerges Fiedler's oncescandalousnow increasingly acceptedjudgment that our literature isincapable of dealing with adult sexuality and is pathologically obsessedwith death. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars INDISPENSABLE FOR ANY STUDENT OF AMERICAN LITERATURE
How quickly Americans forget. No one covers American literature with more knowledge, humor, insight and depth. This work is an American classic like the classics he covers: Moby Dick, Huckleberry Finn & The Scarlet Letter. I don't know how you get through graduate school without reading this work, the first in a trilogy. Fiedler's other two fine books being Waiting for the End, and The Return of the Vanishing American. ... Read more


95. Cormac McCarthy's All the Pretty Horses: A Reader's Guide (Continuum Contemporaries)
by Stephen Tatum, Steve Tatum
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Asin: 0826452469
Catlog: Book (2002-01)
Publisher: Continuum International Publishing Group
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This is part of a new series of guides to contemporary novels. The aim of the series is to give readers accessible and informative introductions to some of the most popular, most acclaimed and most influential novels of recent years – from ‘The Remains of the Day’ to ‘White Teeth’. A team of contemporary fiction scholars from both sides of the Atlantic has been assembled to provide a thorough and readable analysis of each of the novels in question. ... Read more


96. Speak What We Feel : Not What We Ought to Say (Buechner, Frederick)
by Frederick Buechner
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Catlog: Book (2004-09-01)
Publisher: HarperSanFrancisco
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Four Unexpected Prophets Who Shine Light into the Darkness ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful and Fascinating
I recently got this book out of the library in order to teach a poem on Gerard Manley Hopkins, one of the writers Buechner discusses in the text. I was astonished at Buechner's incredible diction, phrasing, and word pictures. I had not read anything else of his before, but now I want to buy this book! His writing has an incredibly mysitcal quality, which he uses to broaden our knowledge of ability to enjoy four notable authors, while showcasing his own unique vision and humility. The book is moving and gritty - it put me in tears on several occasions, and I do not cry easily. If you are at all a fan of Hopkins, Twain, Chesterton, or Shakeapeare you must read this book! ... Read more


97. Memory, Narrative, Identity
by Nicola King
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Catlog: Book (2000-09-15)
Publisher: Edinburgh Univ ersity Press
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This book analyses a range of autobiographical and fictional texts which foreground issues of memory, history and trauma in the construction of identity. The author offers close readings of texts including Margaret Atwood's Cat's Eye, Toni Morrison's Beloved, George Perec's W Or the Memory of Childhood, and Anne Michaels's Fugutive Pieces. Memory, Narrative, Identity is a powerful contribution to the growing field of "trauma" and holocaust studies. It will be of relevance to those working in the areas of literary and cultural studies, which are witnessing a steady growth of interest in autobiography, theories of narrative, and the relationship between trauma, history and memory. ... Read more


98. Alias Bill Arp: Charles Henry Smith and the South's Goodly Heritage
by David B. Parker
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Catlog: Book (1991-07-01)
Publisher: Univ of Georgia Pr
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99. The Afro-American Novel and Its Tradition
by Bernard W. Bell
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Catlog: Book (1989-06-01)
Publisher: University of Massachusetts Press
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100. Gay Voices of the Harlem Renaissance (Blacks in the Diaspora)
by A. B. Christa Schwarz
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Asin: 0253216079
Catlog: Book (2003-06-01)
Publisher: Indiana University Press
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Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars A Must for everyone interested in the Harlem Renaissance
A. B. Christa Schwarz wrote a really learned book. Maybe it's the only way a German scholar can write. Not always easy to read it's a interesting study to read not only for literary historians. The study is a must for everyone interested in the Harlem Renaissance as a literary phenomenon. Schwarz focuses on Countze Cullen, Langston Hughes, Claude McKay and Richard Bruce Nugent. Readers learn a lot about Alain Locke as well. Locke played a leading role in the Harlem Renaissance. Maybe Schwartz' next book will tell us more about Locke. We are waiting for it. ... Read more


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