The Politics of Literary Expression

The Politics of Literary Expression

Author: Donald B. Gibson

Publisher: Praeger

ISBN: UOM:39015002338492

Page: 225

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The author looks beyond formal criticism to explore how black writers (and by implication all writers) present their views about the world, its society, and our relation to them.

The author looks beyond formal criticism to explore how black writers (and by implication all writers) present their views about the world, its society, and our relation to them. Writers included range from Charles W. Chesnutt to Richard Wright and Ralph Ellison.



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