A casebook on Ralph Ellison's Invisible man /

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Trimmer, Joseph F.
Format: Book
Published: New York : Thomas Y. Crowell, [1972]
Table of Contents:
  • Atlanta Exposition address, by B. T. Washington
  • Of Mr. Brooker T. Washington and others, by W. E. B. DuBois
  • The new Negro, by A. Locke
  • An appeal to the conscience of the Black race to see itself, by M. Garvey
  • I tried to be a Communist, by R. Wright
  • The poet, by R. W. Emerson
  • Tradition and the individual talent, by T. S. Eliot
  • Negro character as seen by white authors, by S. A. Brown
  • Black boys and native sons, by I. Howe
  • The world and the jug, by R. Ellison
  • Ralph Ellison and the uses of imagination, by R. Bone
  • Ralph Ellison and the birth of the anti-hero, by W. J. Schafer
  • The rebirth of the artist, by E. Horowitz
  • Ralph Ellison and the American comic tradition, by E. H. Rovit
  • Sight imagery in Invisible man, by A. Bloch
  • Whitman and Ellison: older symbols in a modern mainstream, by M. E. Mengeling
  • Ralph Ellison's modern version of Brer Bear and Brer Rabbit in Invisible man, by F. R. Horowitz
  • The politics of Ellison's Booker: Invisible man as symbolic history, by R. Kostelanetz
  • Brave words for a startling occasion, by R. Ellison.