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Tracing the Trilogy

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 77-83

Tracing the Trilogy During the fourth or fifth revision of my children's book The Secret of Gumbo Grove-around...

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"I'm Gonna Glory in Learnin'": Academic Aspirations of African American Characters in Children's Literature

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 57-66

"I'm Gonna Glow in Learnin' ":Academic Aspirations of ~hcan American Characters in Children's...

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Donald Crews: The Signs and Times of an American Childhood--Essay and Interview

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 107-117

Donald Crews: The Signs and Times of an American Childhood-Essay and Interview The work of picture-book artist Donald...

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Reading in Color: Children's Book Illustrations and Identity Formation for Black Children in the United States

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 95-105

Reading in Color: Children's Book Illustrations and Identity Formation for Black Children in the United States In...

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The Lonesome Boy Theme as Emblem for Arna Bontemps's Children's Literature

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 23-31

The Lonesome Boy Theme as Emblem for Arna Bontempsfs Children's Literature In a letter dated March 2,1955,...

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Making Books Available: The Role of Early Libraries, Librarians, and Booksellers in the Promotion of African American Children's Literature

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 9-16

Making Books Available: The Role of Early Libraries, Librarians, and Booksellers in the Promotion of African American...

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Insiders, Outsiders, and the Question of Authenticity: Who Shall Write for African American Children?

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 33-49

Insiders, Outsiders, and the Question of Authenticity: Who Shall Write for African American Children? "Let the...

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The Rhetoric of Quilts: Creating Identity in African-American Children's Literature

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 67-76

The Rhetoric of Quilts: Creating Identity in African- American Children's Literature Learning to read and write...

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"Keepin' it Real": Walter Dean Myers and the Promise of African-American Children's Literature

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 125-138

"Keepin' It Real": Walter Dean Myers and the Promise of African-American Children's Literature Let...

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"I Double Never Ever Never Lie to My Chil'Ren": Inside People in Virginia Hamilton's Narratives

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 147-156

"I double never ever never lie to my chil'ren":Inside People in Virginia Hamilton's Narratives v...

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"Nothing Was Lost in the Masquerade": The Protean Performance of Genre and Identity in Charles Johnson's Oxherding Tale

Vol.33,
No.3,
(1999),
pp 417-437

"Nothing was Lost in the Masquerade": The Protean Performance of Genre and Identity in Charles Johnson's...

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Poetry

Vol.33,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 73-81

Afaa Michael Weaver is a veteran of fifteen years (1970-85) as a blue-collar factory worker in his native Baltimore. In...

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Insiders, Outsiders, and the Question of Authenticity: Who Shall Write for African American Children?

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 33-49

Insiders, Outsiders, and the Question of Authenticity: Who Shall Write for African American Children? "Let the...

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Sterling Brown: An Ethnographic Perspective

Vol.31,
No.3,
(1997),
pp 417-422

Sterling Brown: AnEthnographic Perspective Iwould like to propose a method for reading the poetry of Sterling A....

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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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The Musicality of Language: Redefining History in Suzan-Lori Parks's The Death of the Last Black Man in the Whole Entire World

Vol.31,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 687-698

The Musicality of Language: Redefining History inSuzan-Lori P&'S The Death of the Last Black Man in the Whole...

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Enacting Difference: Marita Bonner's Purple Flower and the Ambiguities of Race

Vol.32,
No.3,
(1998),
pp 469-480

Enacting Difference: Marita Bonner's Purple Hower and the Ambiguities of Race Setting: The stage is divided...

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Call-and-Response: Parallel "Slave Narrative" in August Wilson's The Piano Lesson

Vol.32,
No.2,
(1998),
pp 263-271

Call-and-Response: Parallel "Slave Narrative" in August Wilson's The Piano Lesson So much has been...

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Keeping an "Old Wound" Alive: The Marrow of Tradition and the Legacy of Wilmington

Vol.33,
No.2,
(1999),
pp 231-243

Keeping an "Old Wound" Alive: TheMmow of Traditionand the Legacy of Wilmington The historical and...

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MIA: African American Autobiography of the Vietnam War

Vol.31,
No.1,
(African American Review),
pp 105-123

MIA: African American Autobiography of the Vietnam War In a recent article in War, Literature, and the Arts, Perry D....

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Beloved: Ideologies in Conflict, Improvised Subjects

Vol.33,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 105-123

Beloved:Ideologies in Conflict, Improvised Subjects My father, by his nature, as well as by the habit of transacting...

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Poetry

Vol.33,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 88-89

Ahmos Zu-Bolton has won Creative Writing Fellowships from both the National Endowment for the Arts and the Louisiana...

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Poetry

Vol.33,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 73-81

Afaa Michael Weaver is a veteran of fifteen years (1970-85) as a blue-collar factory worker in his native Baltimore. In...

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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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Fluidity without Postmodernism: Michelle Cliff and the "Tragic Mulatta" Tradition

Vol.32,
No.4,
(1998),
pp 673-689

Fluidity without Postmodernism: Michelle Cliff and the "~ra~ic Mulatta" Tradition I am writing the story of...

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Contending Contexts: Pauline Hopkins's Contending Forces

Vol.32,
No.4,
(1998),
pp 661-672

Contending Contexts: Pauline Hopkins's Contending Forces Pauline Hopkinsfs first and best-known novel,...

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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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The World Would Do Better to Ask Why is Frimbo Sherlock Holmes?: Investigating Liminality in Rudolph Fisher's The Conjure-Man Dies

Vol.32,
No.4,
(1998),
pp 607-619

The World Would Do Better to Ask Why is Frimbo Sherlock Holmes?: Investigating ~iminalit~ in Rudolph Fisher's The...

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"While I Am Writing": Webster's 1825 Spelling Book, the Ell, and Frederick Douglass's Positioning of Language

Vol.32,
No.4,
(1998),
pp 649-660

"While I Am Writing": Webster's 1825Spelling Book, the Ell, and Frederick Douglass's Positioning of...

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The Spirit of Trade: Olaudah Equiano's Conversion, Legalism, and the Merchant's Life

Vol.32,
No.4,
(1998),
pp 635-647

The Spirit of Trade: Olaudah Equiano's Conversion, Legalism, and the Merchant's Life "Myth deprives the...

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Tracing the Trilogy

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 77-83

Tracing the Trilogy During the fourth or fifth revision of my children's book The Secret of Gumbo Grove-around...

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"I'm Gonna Glory in Learnin'": Academic Aspirations of African American Characters in Children's Literature

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 57-66

"I'm Gonna Glow in Learnin' ":Academic Aspirations of ~hcan American Characters in Children's...

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Donald Crews: The Signs and Times of an American Childhood--Essay and Interview

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 107-117

Donald Crews: The Signs and Times of an American Childhood-Essay and Interview The work of picture-book artist Donald...

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Reading in Color: Children's Book Illustrations and Identity Formation for Black Children in the United States

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 95-105

Reading in Color: Children's Book Illustrations and Identity Formation for Black Children in the United States In...

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The Lonesome Boy Theme as Emblem for Arna Bontemps's Children's Literature

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 23-31

The Lonesome Boy Theme as Emblem for Arna Bontempsfs Children's Literature In a letter dated March 2,1955,...

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Making Books Available: The Role of Early Libraries, Librarians, and Booksellers in the Promotion of African American Children's Literature

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 9-16

Making Books Available: The Role of Early Libraries, Librarians, and Booksellers in the Promotion of African American...

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Insiders, Outsiders, and the Question of Authenticity: Who Shall Write for African American Children?

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 33-49

Insiders, Outsiders, and the Question of Authenticity: Who Shall Write for African American Children? "Let the...

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The Rhetoric of Quilts: Creating Identity in African-American Children's Literature

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 67-76

The Rhetoric of Quilts: Creating Identity in African- American Children's Literature Learning to read and write...

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"Keepin' it Real": Walter Dean Myers and the Promise of African-American Children's Literature

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 125-138

"Keepin' It Real": Walter Dean Myers and the Promise of African-American Children's Literature Let...

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"I Double Never Ever Never Lie to My Chil'Ren": Inside People in Virginia Hamilton's Narratives

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 147-156

"I double never ever never lie to my chil'ren":Inside People in Virginia Hamilton's Narratives v...

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Tracing the Trilogy

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 77-83

Tracing the Trilogy During the fourth or fifth revision of my children's book The Secret of Gumbo Grove-around...

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"I'm Gonna Glory in Learnin'": Academic Aspirations of African American Characters in Children's Literature

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 57-66

"I'm Gonna Glow in Learnin' ":Academic Aspirations of ~hcan American Characters in Children's...

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Donald Crews: The Signs and Times of an American Childhood--Essay and Interview

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 107-117

Donald Crews: The Signs and Times of an American Childhood-Essay and Interview The work of picture-book artist Donald...

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Reading in Color: Children's Book Illustrations and Identity Formation for Black Children in the United States

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 95-105

Reading in Color: Children's Book Illustrations and Identity Formation for Black Children in the United States In...

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The Lonesome Boy Theme as Emblem for Arna Bontemps's Children's Literature

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 23-31

The Lonesome Boy Theme as Emblem for Arna Bontempsfs Children's Literature In a letter dated March 2,1955,...

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Making Books Available: The Role of Early Libraries, Librarians, and Booksellers in the Promotion of African American Children's Literature

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 9-16

Making Books Available: The Role of Early Libraries, Librarians, and Booksellers in the Promotion of African American...

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Insiders, Outsiders, and the Question of Authenticity: Who Shall Write for African American Children?

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 33-49

Insiders, Outsiders, and the Question of Authenticity: Who Shall Write for African American Children? "Let the...

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The Rhetoric of Quilts: Creating Identity in African-American Children's Literature

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 67-76

The Rhetoric of Quilts: Creating Identity in African- American Children's Literature Learning to read and write...

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"Keepin' it Real": Walter Dean Myers and the Promise of African-American Children's Literature

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 125-138

"Keepin' It Real": Walter Dean Myers and the Promise of African-American Children's Literature Let...

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"I Double Never Ever Never Lie to My Chil'Ren": Inside People in Virginia Hamilton's Narratives

Vol.32,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 147-156

"I double never ever never lie to my chil'ren":Inside People in Virginia Hamilton's Narratives v...

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