Disrupting dissemblance: Transgressive black women as politics of counter-representation in African American women's fiction

My dissertation examines post-civil rights novels by Toni Morrison, Ann Allen Shockley, and Alice Walker, and investigates their subversion of myopic representations of black women in the American literary and cultural imagination. More precisely, this study examines these writers' characteriza...

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Main Author: Melancon, Trimiko C
Published: ScholarWorks@UMass Amherst 2005
Online Access:https://scholarworks.umass.edu/dissertations/AAI3179902

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