Recovered writers/recovered texts : race, class, and gender in Black women's literature /

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Hubbard, Dolan, 1949-
Format: Book
Published: Knoxville : University of Tennessee Press, [1997]
Edition:1st ed.
Series:Tennessee studies in literature ; v. 38.
Table of Contents:
  • 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
  • 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.