The Cambridge Companion to the African American Novel [electronic resource] / Edited by Maryemma Graham
- Graham, Maryemma
- Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2004.
- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource (340 pages) : digital, PDF file(s).
- Machine generated contents note: Chronology of major works and events, 1645-2000 -- Introduction / Maryemma Graham -- Pt. I The long journey : the African American novel and history -- 1.Freeing the voice, creating the self : the novel and slavery / Christopher Mulvey -- 2.Reconstructing the race : the novel and slavery / M. Giulia Fabi -- 3.The novel of the Negro Renaissance / George Hutchinson -- 4.Caribbean migration, ex-isles, and the New World novel / Giselle Lisa Anatol -- Pt. II Search for a form : the new American novel -- 5.The neo-slave narrative / Ashraf H. A. Rushdy -- 6.Coming of age in the African American novel / Claudine Raynaud -- 7.The blues novel / Steven C. Tracy -- 8.From modernism to postmodernism : black literature at the crossroads / Fritz Gysin -- 9.The African American novel and popular culture / Susanne B. Dietzel -- Pt. III African American voices : from margin to center -- 10.Everybody's protest novel : the era of / Jerry W. Ward, Jr. / Richard Wright -- 11.Finding common ground : Ralph Ellison and James Baldwin / Herman Beavers -- 12.American neo-HooDooism : the novels of Ishmael Reed / Pierre-Damien Mvuyekure -- 13.Spaces for readers : the novels of Toni Morrison / Marilyn Mobley McKenzie -- 14.African American womanism : from Zora Neale Hurston to Alice Walker / Lovalerie King -- 15.Vernacular modernism in the novels of John Edgar Wideman and Leon Forrest / Keith Byerman.
- 9780511999604 (ebook)
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