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Living Legacies : Literary Responses to the Civil Rights Movement.

By: Dubek, Laura.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Milton : Routledge, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Description: 1 online resource (191 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781351603768.Subject(s): Civil rights movements in literature | Civil rights movements-United States | Civil rights in literature | American literature-20th century-History and criticism | American literature-21st century-History and criticismGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Living Legacies : Literary Responses to the Civil Rights MovementDDC classification: 810.935873 LOC classification: E185.61 .L585 2018Online resources: Click here to view book
Contents:
Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of Figures -- Acknowledgments -- Notes on Contributors -- Introduction: "[D]e understandin' to go 'long wid it": Storytelling and (the) Civil Rights Movement -- 1 From Alabama to Tahrir Square: Martin Luther King and The Montgomery Story Comic as Civil Rights Narrative -- 2 Inviting Compassion and Caring through Testimony: Participants in the Civil Rights Movement Speak for Themselves -- 3 "Tomorrow's Great Meeting Place": Collective Autobiographies of the Civil Rights Movement -- 4 "God Decreed It So": The Rhetoric of Destiny in 1963 -- 5 Back to Birmingham: Three Poets Remember the Sixteenth Street Church Bombing -- 6 "Pass It On!": Legacy and the Freedom Struggle in Toni Morrison's  Song of Solomon -- 7 "Living Proof of Something So Terrible": Pearl Cleage's Bourbon at the Border and the Politics of Civil Rights History and Memory -- 8 "A Living Theater" for Human Rights: Jill Freedman's Old News and Visual Legacies of the 1968 Poor People's Campaign -- 9 "Gettin' Ready to Ride into History": Spike Lee's Get on the Bus and Sites of Memory -- 10 "My Childhood Is Ruined!": Harper Lee and Racial Innocence -- Appendix of Additional Teaching Sources -- Index.
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Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of Figures -- Acknowledgments -- Notes on Contributors -- Introduction: "[D]e understandin' to go 'long wid it": Storytelling and (the) Civil Rights Movement -- 1 From Alabama to Tahrir Square: Martin Luther King and The Montgomery Story Comic as Civil Rights Narrative -- 2 Inviting Compassion and Caring through Testimony: Participants in the Civil Rights Movement Speak for Themselves -- 3 "Tomorrow's Great Meeting Place": Collective Autobiographies of the Civil Rights Movement -- 4 "God Decreed It So": The Rhetoric of Destiny in 1963 -- 5 Back to Birmingham: Three Poets Remember the Sixteenth Street Church Bombing -- 6 "Pass It On!": Legacy and the Freedom Struggle in Toni Morrison's  Song of Solomon -- 7 "Living Proof of Something So Terrible": Pearl Cleage's Bourbon at the Border and the Politics of Civil Rights History and Memory -- 8 "A Living Theater" for Human Rights: Jill Freedman's Old News and Visual Legacies of the 1968 Poor People's Campaign -- 9 "Gettin' Ready to Ride into History": Spike Lee's Get on the Bus and Sites of Memory -- 10 "My Childhood Is Ruined!": Harper Lee and Racial Innocence -- Appendix of Additional Teaching Sources -- Index.

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<p> Laura Dubek is a Professor of English at Middle Tennessee State University.</p>

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