Upon walking U.S. inner-city streets sooner or later you come upon groups of black kids wearing prison-style outfits; there is a boom box, and rap music. And inevitably you will hear the N-word. Upon entering a district housing migrants in any European city you will encounter almost identical scenes - youngsters dressed in prison style, the boom box, rap. Only most of the kids are of a qwhiteq or olive complexion. They call themselves qBlack albinosq, qWiggersq or qwhite N______.qTheir analysis focuses on the production of contestatory sites of enunciation in a few particular fields and texts from the literatures of the US, such as John Milton Oskisona#39;s The Problem of Old Harjo.Toni Morrisona#39;s Beloved, Helenaanbsp;...
|Author||:||Maria Diedrich, Theron D. Cook, Flip Lindo|
|Publisher||:||LIT Verlag Münster - 2004|