Dennis McNally



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A Long Strange Trip: The In...

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Desolate Angel: Jack Keroua...

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On Highway 61: Music, Race,...

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“Just as Huckleberry Finn was published, the first generation of African Americans raised in the postslavery era began to come of age. Among them were people with musical talent, and at first they went to work in minstrelsy, in the well-worn patterns of show business they’d inherited.”
Dennis McNally, On Highway 61: Music, Race, and the Evolution of Cultural Freedom

“As minstrelsy and spirituals were succeeded by the new musical forms of the turn of the century, increasing numbers of white people began to join Twain and respond to African American life by seeing the intellectual shackles in their own lives and learning the lessons that those at the bottom of the social pyramid had to offer.”
Dennis McNally, On Highway 61: Music, Race, and the Evolution of Cultural Freedom

“The American cultural scales were teetering, with the stable orthodoxy of WASP assumptions being challenged by the unwashed hordes of immigrants, African Americans, and working-class people along with intellectual and aesthetic developments broadly known as “the modern.” Ragtime would help tip the scales.”
Dennis McNally, On Highway 61: Music, Race, and the Evolution of Cultural Freedom

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