This edition assembles the major essays on race and imperialism written by Nancy Cunard in the 1930s and 1940s. As a British expatriate living in France, and as a politically-engaged poet, editor, publisher, and journalist, Nancy Cunard devoted much of her energy to the cause of racial justice. This Broadview edition contextualizes Cunard's writings on race in terms of the relations among modernism, gender, and empire. It includes a range of contemporaneous documents that place her essays in dialogue with other European writers and with the work of writers of the African diaspora.England: Einstein, Gorki, Leo Tolstoi, Barbusse, Gide, Leon Pierre-Quint, the French Surrealist (writers) Group, 1 and tens ... Gorki (1868-1936) Russian / Soviet playwright and fiction writer, closely associated with the Russian revolution; Gorkianbsp;...
|Title||:||Essays on Race and Empire|
|Publisher||:||Broadview Press - 2002-08-12|