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NEGRO WOMEN AS SEEN BY WHITE AMERICAN NOVELISTS, 1925-1935
Bingo and other stories
Bleeding roots
Multicultural criticism and the problem of critical uniformity: A reading of Gloria Naylor's "Linden Hills"
Establishing the Bondmother: Examining the Categorization of Maternal Figures in Toni Morrison’s Beloved and Paradise
Silence and sympathy: Race in the early short fiction of William Faulkner
Toni Morrison's "Beloved": From the middle realm to apocalyptic visions
Sentimental spirits: saving the soul while seizing the heart and swaying the mind
Moses, the two-headed doctor
"Thick love" vs. "thin love": The maternal role in the African American attainment of individuation in Morrison's "Jazz" and "Beloved"
making of a radical: W. E. B. Du Bois's turn to the left
Earth, water, and black bodies
Color lines: "Passing" and its implications for literary subjectivity in Richard Wright and Boris Vian
Negative capability and isolation in James Weldon Johnson's "The Autobiography of an Ex-Coloured Man"
mythic quest for selfhood in Toni Morrison's "The Bluest Eye," "Song of Solomon," and "Beloved"
From Slaves to Subjects: Forging Freedom in the Canadian Legal System
Reading, Writing, and Language: The Neo-Slave Novel and the Changing Definition of Literacy
Fight for education, fight for freedom