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Playing in the Dark : Whiteness and the Literary Imagination

Baker & Taylor

Playing in the Dark : Whiteness and the Literary Imagination

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The author of Beloved explores the significance of African Americans in the American literary imagination, examining the works of Cather, Poe, Twain, Hawthorne, and Melville to argue that American literature's central characteristics are responses to an Africanist presence.