The Contemporary African American Novel: Multiple Cities, Multiple Subjectivities, and Discursive Practices of Whiteness in Everyday Urban Encounters ePub (Adobe DRM) download by E. L. Demirt Rk

The Contemporary African American Novel: Multiple Cities, Multiple Subjectivities, and Discursive Practices of Whiteness in Everyday Urban Encounters

Fairleigh Dickinson
Publication date: July 2012
ISBN: 9781611475319
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This book examines how African American novels explore instances of racialization that are generated through discursive practices of whiteness in the interracial social encounters of everyday life. African American fictional representations of the city have political significance in that the ‘neo-urban’ novel, a term that refers to those novels published in post-1990s, explores the possibility of a dialogic communication with the American society at large.

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