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Postmodernism, Traditional Cultural Forms, and African American Narratives
Postmodernism, Traditional Cultural Forms, and African American Narratives (December 2013)
W. Lawrence Hogue - Author

Examines how six writers reconfigure African American subjectivity in ways that recall postmodernist theory.

This book explores how African American social and political movements, African American studies, independent scholars, and traditional cultural forms revisit and challenge the representation of the African American as deviant other. After surveying African American history and cultural politics, W. Lawren...(Read More)
 
 
The African American Male, Writing, and Difference
The African American Male, Writing, and Difference (January 2003)
A Polycentric Approach to African American Literature, Criticism, and History
W. Lawrence Hogue - Author

Argues that African American literature must take into account the rich diversity of African American life and culture.

In this wide-ranging analysis, W. Lawrence Hogue argues that African American life and history is more diverse than even African American critics generally acknowledge. Focusing on literary representations of African American males in particular, Hogue examines works by James Weldon Johnson, William ...(Read More)
 
 
Race, Modernity, Postmodernity
Race, Modernity, Postmodernity (October 1996)
A Look at the History and the Literatures of People of Color Since the 1960s
W. Lawrence Hogue - Author

Reads and interprets eight works of literature by people of color, foregrounding the philosophical debate about modernity vs. postmodernity rather than solely issues of race.

"Hogue provides readings of eight novels which probably would not have been interpreted together in any other kind of study. In other words, the value of Professor Hogue's study is that he takes seriously the term 'people of color' and makes an impl...(Read More)
 
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