Recovered writers/recovered texts : race, class, and gender in Black women's literature / edited by Dolan Hubbard.Material type: TextSeries: Tennessee studies in literature: v. 38.Publisher: Knoxville : University of Tennessee Press, c1997Edition: 1st edDescription: xxiii, 171 p. ; 24 cmISBN: 0870499599 (cloth : alk. paper); 9780870499593 (cloth : alk. paper)Subject(s): Feminist literary criticism | Feminism and literature | Literature -- Black authors -- History and criticism | Literature -- Women authors -- History and criticism | Women, Black -- Intellectual life | Women, Black, in literature | Women and literatureDDC classification: 809/.89287/0896073 LOC classification: PN98.W64 | R44 1997PS1 | .T43 v.38Other classification: 17.89
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Includes bibliographical references (p. -161) and index.
Introduction : Can I get a witness? / Dolan Hubbard -- Witnesses and practitioners : attitudes toward miscegenation in Barbara Chase-Riboud's Sally Hemings / Emma Waters Dawson -- The two Marys (Prince and Shelley) on the textual meeting ground of race, gender, and genre / Helena Woodard -- Harriet Wilson's Our nig : the demystification of sentiment / Debra Walker King -- Gender, genre, and vulgar secularism : the case of Frances Ellen Watkins Harper and the AME Press / Frances Smith Foster -- Anna J. Cooper : the international dimensions / David W.H. Pellow -- The "invisible woman" abroad : Jessie Fauset's New horizon / Erica L. Griffin -- A blend of voices : composite narrative strategies in biographical reconstruction / Sandra Y. Govan -- Before the stigma of race : authority and witchcraft in Ann Petry's Tituba of Salem Village / Trudier Harris -- Reading Ann Petry's The narrows into Black literary tradition / Joyce Pettis -- The unmasking of Virginia Brindis de Salas : minority discourse of Afro-Uruguay / Caroll Mills Young.