Black love, Black hate : intimate antagonisms in African American literature /

A study of Black aesthetics, Black consciousness and the Black Radical Imagination through depictions of intimate, intraracial conflict in twentieth- and twenty-first-century Black literature.

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Blake, Felice (Author)
Format: Book
Published: Columbus : Ohio State University Press, [2018]
Table of Contents:
  • The public space of intimate antagonisms: Black intimacy and opposition to Jim Crow
  • Intimate antagonisms and double consciousness in the debate over integration
  • Going to bed angry: intimate antagonisms in the epoch of Black power
  • What's yours is mine: the paradox of intraracial "bootstrap" politics
  • Epilogue: Intimate antagonisms, the undercommons, and the town-hall meeting.