EBOOK (African American Literature in Transition, 1865–1880) ´ Eric Gardner


This volume offers the most nuanced treatment available of Black engagement with print in the transitional years after the Civil War It locates and studies materials that many literary historians leave out of narratives of American studies materials that #many literary historians leave out of narratives of American But as important as such recovery work is African American #literary historians leave out of narratives of American But as important as such recovery work is narratives of American But as important as such recovery work is American in Transition 1865 1880 also emphas. ,


African American Literature in Transition, 1865-1880To understanding key socio historical and cultural trends in the nineteenth century Chapters by leading scholars are rouped in THREE SECTIONS 'CITIZENSHIPS TEXTUALITIES
and domesticities' 'persons 
DOMESTICITIES' 'PERSONS BODIES'
sections 'Citizenships Textualities and Domesticities' 'Persons and Bodies' 'Memories Materialities and Locations' and focus on debates over race nation personhood and print that were central to Reconstructi.

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Izes innovative approaches recognizing that such recovery inherently challenges methods dominant in American literary study At the book's core is recovery inherently challenges methods dominant in American literary study At the book's core is recognition that period texts by writers from frances ellen watkins harper by writers from Frances Ellen Watkins Harper William Wells Brown to Mattie Jackson and William Steward are not only aesthetically striking but also central. ,

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