Salvific manhood : James Baldwin's novelization of male intimacy / Ernest L. Gibson III
- Gibson, Ernest L., III, 1982-
- Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, 
- Physical Description:
- xii, 229 pages ; 24 cm.
- Machine generated contents note: 1.Wrestling for Salvation: Denial, Longing, and the Beauty of Brotherhood in Go Tell It on the Mountain -- 2.Flight, Freedom, and Abjection: Fractured Manhood and Tragic Love in Giovanni's Room -- 3.Alone in the Absurd: The Trope of Tragic Black Manhood in Another Country -- 4.Theatrics of Mask-ulinity: Radical Male Intimacy and Black Power in Tell Me How Long the Trains Been Gone -- 5.Concrete Jungles and the Carceral: Exploring Confinement and Imprisonment in IfBeale Street Could Talk.
- "Salvific Manhood reimagines the complexities of human brotherhood and masculinity by examining distinct iterations of male intimacy within all of James Baldwin's novels"--
- 9781496217097 hardcover alkaline paper
1496217098 hardcover alkaline paper
- Extensive and substantial revision of author's thesis (doctoral)--University of Massachusetts Amherst, 2012, titled In search of the fraternal : salvific manhood and male intimacy in the novels of James Baldwin.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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