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Black-Jewish Relations in African American and Jewish American Fiction: An Annotated Bibliography

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Students of comparative or American literature will find this new bibliography extremely useful in understanding the perspectives of American ethnic writers, for it is not only in how they describe and respond to white hegemony that we comprehend their worldview, but also through their depiction of interrelationships with other ethnic groups. Although African American and ...more
Hardcover, 180 pages
Published January 8th 2002 by Scarecrow Press
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