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Articles from African American Review (September 22, 2004)

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"It ain't your color, it's your scabbing": literary depictions of African American strikebreakers. Noon, Mark 6660
"Like a violin for the wind to play": lyrical approaches to lynching by Hughes, Du Bois, and Toomer. Banks, Kimberly Critical Essay 9182
"Passing on" death: stealing life in Toni Morrison's Paradise. Aguiar, Sarah Appleton Critical Essay 4294
"That commonality of feeling": Hurston, hybridity, and ethnography. Jirousek, Lori Critical Essay 6120
"Try to refrain from that desire": self-control and violent passion in Oscar Micheaux's African American Western. Johnson, Michael K. Critical Essay 11194
A letter from the editor. Moody, Joycelyn Editorial 641
Carla Kaplan, ed. Zora Neale Hurston: a Life in Letters. Gilliams, Teresa Book Review 1372
Catherine Prendergast. Literacy and Racial Justice: the Politics of Learning after Brown v. Board of Education. Haas, Christina Book Review 1118
David Brion Davis. Challenging the Boundaries of Slavery. Fried, Lewis Book Review 1203
Eva Illouz. Oprah Winfrey and the Glamour of Misery: an Essay on Popular Culture. Krasner, David Book Review 1197
Fashioning the body [as] politic in Julie Dash's Daughters of the Dust. Gourdine, Angeletta K.M. Critical Essay 8191
Hard-boiled black easy: genre conventions in A Red Death. Gray, W. Russel Critical Essay 5728
In my flesh shall I see God: ritual violence and racial redemption in "The Black Christ". Whitted, Qiana Critical Essay 9610
Inverting history in Octavia Butler's postmodern slave narrative. Steinberg, Marc Critical Essay 6044
Jean Humez. Harriet Tubman: the Life and the Life Story. Dagbovie, Pero G. Book Review 1249
Jesse S. Crisler, Robert C. Leitz III, and Joseph R. McElrath, Jr. An Exemplary Citizen: Letters of Charles W. Chesnutt, 1906-1932. Butler, Robert Book Review 911
Langston Hughes. Autobiography: I Wonder as I Wander. Standley, Fred L. Book Review 1028
Mitch Kachun. Festivals of Freedom: Memory and Meaning in African American Emancipation Celebrations, 1808-1915. Smith, Virginia Whatley Book Review 1573
National socialism and blood-sacrifice in Zora Neale Hurston's Moses, Man of the Mountain. Thompson, Mark Christian Critical Essay 13695
Not entirely strange, but not entirely friendly either: images of Jews in African American passing novels through the Harlem renaissance. Meyer, Adam Critical Essay 6353
Reflections in church ceilings (excerpt from the unpublished novel: A Casualty of the Peace). Fewell, Richard Excerpt 1337
Robert Fanuzzi. Abolition's Public Sphere. Ogletree, Aaron Book Review 1421
Spring, 1862 Dear Daughter. Jackson, Gale Poem 416
The Warnings in a Mad Dog's Eyes. Coleman, Wanda Poem 371
William Branch: (a conversation) reminiscence. Nesmith, N. Graham Interview 7492
Woodie King, Jr. The Impact of Race: Theatre and Culture. Warnes, Andrew Book Review 1108

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