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"Come-to-Jesus Stuff" in James Baldwin's Go Tell it on the Mountain and The Amen Corner

Vol.31,
No.2,
(1997),
pp 295-301

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Following the Traces of Female Desire in Toni Morrison's Jazz

Vol.31,
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(1997),
pp 235-247

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Reading Rice: A Local Habitation and a Name

Vol.31,
No.2,
(1997),
pp 269-279

Reading Rice: A Local Habitation and a Name Preamble: A Way In Nikky Finney, a South Carolinian Black woman, wrote...

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"Our Father, God; our Brother, Christ; or are We Bastard Kin?": Images of Christ in African American Painting

Vol.31,
No.2,
(1997),
pp 223-233

"Our Father, God; Our Brother, Christ; or are we bastard kin?":Images of Christ in African American Painting...

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"Protection in My Mouf": Self, Voice, and Community in Zora Neale Hurston's Dust Tracks on a Road and Mules and Men

Vol.31,
No.2,
(1997),
pp 197-209

"Protection in My Mouf": Self, Voice, and Cornrnunity in Zora Neale Hurston's Dust Tracks on a Road and...

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"The Black Dick": Race, Sexuality, and Discourse in the L.A. Novels of Walter Mosley

Vol.31,
No.2,
(1997),
pp 281-294

"The Black Dick: Race, Sexuality, and Discourse in the L.A. Novels of Walter MosleyThe streets were dark with...

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Incest and Intertextuality in Carolivia Herron's Thereafter Johnnie

Vol.31,
No.1,
(1997),
pp 91-103

Incest and Intertextualityin Carolivia Herron's Thereafter Johnnie How can those terrified vague fingers pushThe...

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[Poetry]: Honoree F. Jeffers

Vol.31,
No.1,
(1997),
pp 64-65

Honoree F. Jeffers lives in Talladega, Alabama. Only the Yellow A child cannot be like a poem.My mother assures me of...

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[Poetry]: Jay Scrivner

Vol.31,
No.1,
(1997),
pp 66-67

Jay Scrivner received an M.F.A. from the University of Washington. His poetry has appeared in Poetry Northwest and...

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Poetry

Vol.33,
No.3,
(1999),
pp 482-483

Rachel M. Harper lives in Providence, Rhode Island. 482 Bass in memory of Jimmy Garrison Sometimes I wish my fingers...

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Traces and Cracks: Identity and Narrative in Toni Morrison's Jazz

Vol.31,
No.3,
(1997),
pp 481-495

Traces and Cracks: Identity and Narrative in Toni Morrison's Jazz At the end of Beloved, the narrator reminds us...

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Paule Marshall's Brown Girl, Brownstones: Reconciling Ethnicity and Individualism

Vol.32,
No.2,
(1998),
pp 305-315

Paule Marshall's Brown Girl,Brownstones: Reconciling Ethnicity and Individualism Edward Said claims that "...

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Sonny's Bebop: Baldwin's "Blues Text" as Intracultural Critique

Vol.32,
No.4,
(1998),
pp 691-705

Sonny's Bebop: Baldwin's "Blues Text" as Intracultural Critique In "Baldwin, Bebop, and '...

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Nella Larsen's Passing and the Fading Subject

Vol.32,
No.3,
(1998),
pp 373-386

Nella Larsen's Passing and the Fading Subject . . . Irene Redfield wished, for the first time in her life, that...

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Violence, Home, and Community in Toni Morrison's Beloved

Vol.33,
No.2,
(1999),
pp 325-345

Violence, Home, and Cornunity in Toni Morrison's Beloved The terms home and community are frequently uttered with...

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Self-Delusion and Self-Sacrifice in Nella Larsen's Quicksand

Vol.31,
No.1,
(1997),
pp 23-39

Self-Delusionand Self-Sacrifice in Nella Larsen's Quicksand Nella Larsen's portrait of Helga Crane in...

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The Re-Objectification and Re-Commodification of Saartjie Baartman in Suzan-Lori Parks's Venus

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 699-708

The Re-Objectification and Re-Commodification of Saartjie Baartman in Suzan-Lori Parks's Venus In 1810, amid...

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"The Black Dick": Race, Sexuality, and Discourse in the L.A. Novels of Walter Mosley

Vol.31,
No.2,
(1997),
pp 281-294

"The Black Dick: Race, Sexuality, and Discourse in the L.A. Novels of Walter MosleyThe streets were dark with...

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Literature and Urban Crisis: John Edgar Wideman's Philadelphia Fire

Vol.32,
No.4,
(1998),
pp 579-595

Literature and Urban Crisis: JohnEdgar Wideman's Philadelphia Fke Several African-American novels published...

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Poetry

Vol.33,
No.4,
(1999),
pp 673-

Wendell W. Ottley, Ill, was born and raised in Queens, New York. He is a student at Shaw University in Raleigh, North...

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Guess Who's Coming to Dinner: Folklore, Folkloristics, and African American Literary Criticism

Vol.33,
No.4,
(1999),
pp 565-575

Guess Who's Coming to Dinner: Folklore, FoIkloristics, and African American Literary Criticism The importance of...

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Poetry

Vol.33,
No.4,
(1999),
pp 676-677

Patrick Sylvain, a native of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, has lived in Massachusetts since 1981. He has authored seven books...

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Poetry

Vol.33,
No.4,
(1999),
pp 678-679

nia akimbo is a doctoral student in the School of Arts and Humanities at the University of Texas-Dallas. She writes...

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From Midnight Robber

Vol.33,
No.4,
(1999),
pp 603-607

From Midnight Robber Quashee and Ione? Antonio felt jealousy turning like a worm in his belly. He didn't like the...

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The Scissors Lady and the Green Man

Vol.33,
No.4,
(1999),
pp 609-611

The Scissors Lady and the Green Man 1he Scissors Lady is here to get me. Something is cracking and popping on the...

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Racial Violence and Representation: Performance Strategies in Lynching Dramas of the 1920s

Vol.33,
No.4,
(1999),
pp 655-671

Racial Violence and Representation: Performance Strategies in Lynching Dramas of the 1920s Plays representing the...

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Poetry

Vol.33,
No.4,
(1999),
pp 674-675

Janice N. Harringtonis a librarian and professional storyteller who lives in Champaign, Illinois. Her story "The...

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Interview with Clifton Anderson

Vol.33,
No.4,
(1999),
pp 613-621

 Inksview with Clifton Anderson I met trorn bonis t Clifton Anderson initially in Cambridge, Massachusetts; he was...

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Speaking in Tongues: An Interview with Science Fiction Writer Nalo Hopkinson

Vol.33,
No.4,
(1999),
pp 589-601

gin Tongues:An Interview with Science Fiction Writer Nalo Hop In 1998, Nalo Hopkinson joined the ranks of Black...

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"Come-to-Jesus Stuff" in James Baldwin's Go Tell it on the Mountain and The Amen Corner

Vol.31,
No.2,
(1997),
pp 295-301

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Following the Traces of Female Desire in Toni Morrison's Jazz

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(1997),
pp 235-247

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Reading Rice: A Local Habitation and a Name

Vol.31,
No.2,
(1997),
pp 269-279

Reading Rice: A Local Habitation and a Name Preamble: A Way In Nikky Finney, a South Carolinian Black woman, wrote...

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"Our Father, God; our Brother, Christ; or are We Bastard Kin?": Images of Christ in African American Painting

Vol.31,
No.2,
(1997),
pp 223-233

"Our Father, God; Our Brother, Christ; or are we bastard kin?":Images of Christ in African American Painting...

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"Protection in My Mouf": Self, Voice, and Community in Zora Neale Hurston's Dust Tracks on a Road and Mules and Men

Vol.31,
No.2,
(1997),
pp 197-209

"Protection in My Mouf": Self, Voice, and Cornrnunity in Zora Neale Hurston's Dust Tracks on a Road and...

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"The Black Dick": Race, Sexuality, and Discourse in the L.A. Novels of Walter Mosley

Vol.31,
No.2,
(1997),
pp 281-294

"The Black Dick: Race, Sexuality, and Discourse in the L.A. Novels of Walter MosleyThe streets were dark with...

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Incest and Intertextuality in Carolivia Herron's Thereafter Johnnie

Vol.31,
No.1,
(1997),
pp 91-103

Incest and Intertextualityin Carolivia Herron's Thereafter Johnnie How can those terrified vague fingers pushThe...

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[Poetry]: Honoree F. Jeffers

Vol.31,
No.1,
(1997),
pp 64-65

Honoree F. Jeffers lives in Talladega, Alabama. Only the Yellow A child cannot be like a poem.My mother assures me of...

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"Come-to-Jesus Stuff" in James Baldwin's Go Tell it on the Mountain and The Amen Corner

Vol.31,
No.2,
(1997),
pp 295-301

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Following the Traces of Female Desire in Toni Morrison's Jazz

Vol.31,
No.2,
(1997),
pp 235-247

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Reading Rice: A Local Habitation and a Name

Vol.31,
No.2,
(1997),
pp 269-279

Reading Rice: A Local Habitation and a Name Preamble: A Way In Nikky Finney, a South Carolinian Black woman, wrote...

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"Our Father, God; our Brother, Christ; or are We Bastard Kin?": Images of Christ in African American Painting

Vol.31,
No.2,
(1997),
pp 223-233

"Our Father, God; Our Brother, Christ; or are we bastard kin?":Images of Christ in African American Painting...

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"Protection in My Mouf": Self, Voice, and Community in Zora Neale Hurston's Dust Tracks on a Road and Mules and Men

Vol.31,
No.2,
(1997),
pp 197-209

"Protection in My Mouf": Self, Voice, and Cornrnunity in Zora Neale Hurston's Dust Tracks on a Road and...

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"The Black Dick": Race, Sexuality, and Discourse in the L.A. Novels of Walter Mosley

Vol.31,
No.2,
(1997),
pp 281-294

"The Black Dick: Race, Sexuality, and Discourse in the L.A. Novels of Walter MosleyThe streets were dark with...

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Incest and Intertextuality in Carolivia Herron's Thereafter Johnnie

Vol.31,
No.1,
(1997),
pp 91-103

Incest and Intertextualityin Carolivia Herron's Thereafter Johnnie How can those terrified vague fingers pushThe...

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[Poetry]: Honoree F. Jeffers

Vol.31,
No.1,
(1997),
pp 64-65

Honoree F. Jeffers lives in Talladega, Alabama. Only the Yellow A child cannot be like a poem.My mother assures me of...

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