This book covers several distinctive moments of the post-civil rights era; the black power period, the affirmative action period, and the neoliberal period. It inspects representative texts and critical approaches associated with each period, covering a variety of authors and genres from Toni Morrisonas mythic fiction to Wahida Clarkas street lit.See Herman Beaversa#39;s and Dana Williamsa#39;s essays in The Cambridge Companion to African American Womena#39;s Literature. 4. In the essay a Postmodernism, Pop Music, and Blues Practice in Nelson Georgea#39;s PostSoul Culture, a David M. Jonesanbsp;...
|Title||:||Reading Contemporary African American Literature|
|Publisher||:||Lexington Books - 2014-11-12|