BLACK AMERICAN WRITING FROM THE NADIR: The Evolution of a…

BLACK AMERICAN WRITING FROM THE NADIR: The Evolution of a Literary Tradition 1877-1915.

Edition: 1st trade paperback printing.

London: Louisiana State University Press, (1992.). Study of post-reconstruction and turn-of-the century black writing, with an emphasis on how race, racism and their consciousness of race, affected their writing - including not only the prominent and well-known writers like Laurence Dunbar, James Weldon Johnson, Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, and Charles Chesnutt, but also such less known and minor writers like Daniel Webster Davis, Sutton Griggs, Ruth Todd and others. Photographs. 272 pp. with index. ISBN: 0-8071-18060.

Condition: Fine (as new.)

Book ID: 26467
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