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eBook Black Women Writing Autobiography: A Tradition Within a Tradition ePub

by Joanne Braxton

  • ISBN: 0877228035
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Joanne Braxton
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Temple University Press; 1st edition (December 1, 1989)
  • Pages: 242
  • ePub book: 1523 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1167 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 876

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Joanne Braxton's essays on black women's autobiographies delineate and illuminate the personal and historical dimension of an important literary tradition.

Joanne Braxton's essays on black women's autobiographies delineate and illuminate the personal and historical dimension of an important literary tradition.

Braxton, Joanne M. Publication date. American prose literature, American prose literature, African American women authors, Slaves, African American women, Women, Slaves' writings, American, African American women, Autobiography, Women and literature, African American women in literature, Autobiography. Philadelphia : Temple University Press. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on March 1, 2012. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

Black Women Writing Autobiography book. Black Women Writing Autobiography: A Tradition Within a Tradition. 0877226393 (ISBN13: 9780877226390). Beginning with slave narratives and concluding with modern autobiography, the author deals with individual works as representing stages in a continuum and situates these works in the context of other writings by both black and white writers.

Black Women Writing Autobiography : A Tradition Within a Tradition. by Joanne M. Braxton.

Items related to Black Women Writing Autobiography: A Tradition Within. In this illuminating study Joanne Braxton shows the continuity and tradition in the writing of Afro-American women. Home Braxton, Joanne M. ISBN 10: 0877226393, ISBN 13: 9780877226390. An important work for teachers and students of literature, history, and women's studies.

Black women writing autobiography by Joanne M. Braxton, 1989, Temple University Press . a tradition within a tradition.

a tradition within a tradition. Published 1989 by Temple University Press in Philadelphia.

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Joanne M. Braxton is Frances L. and Edwin L. Cummings Professor of the Humanities at the College of William and Mary, where she has directed the Middle Passage Project since 1995. A recognized scholarly authority on Black Atlantic literature and culture, Braxton has taught courses on the Middle Passage in the US and abroad for many years.

Braxton's critical study, Black Women Writing Autobiography: A Tradition within a Tradition (1989), is a. .A distinguished writer and teacher, Joanne M. Braxton has published important poetry and criticism while maintaining the significance of historical and communal ties.

Braxton's critical study, Black Women Writing Autobiography: A Tradition within a Tradition (1989), is a pioneering contribution to African American feminist scholarship, presenting trenchant analyses of historical and contemporary figures such as Harriet A. Jacobs and Maya Angelou. Joanne Margaret Braxton was born in Lakeland, Maryland, on 25 May 1950 to Mary Ellen Weems Braxton and Harry McHenry Braxton, Sr.

Black Women Writing Autobiography: A Tradition Within a Tradition. Acknowledgments A Tradition Within a Tradition Part I: Making a Way Out of No Way 1. Outraged Mother and Articulate Heroine: Linda Brent and the Slave Narrative Genre 2. Fugitive Slaves an. More). A Shaman Writes Biography. Joanne M. Braxton, Paula Gunn Allen. Black Female Sexualities. Trimiko C. Melancon, Joanne M. Braxton, Melissa Harris-Perry, Kimberly Juanita Brown, Courtney J. Patterson.

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Comments

Kulwes Kulwes
A great book if you’re looking into black voices in literature and looking to find the link between literacy and freedom. Very well written and full of specific examples.
Nayatol Nayatol
Fascinating book.
Molotok Molotok
Awesome service; the item is one of my favorites.
Broadraven Broadraven
Ms Braxton's compilation of essays and her own critical essays are thoughtful, intriguing, and well-written. Her work demonstrates the essential qualities that make it that, indeed, black women writing autobiography is another genre.