8 edition of Afro-American Women Writers, 1746-1933 found in the catalog.
by G. K. Hall & Company
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||465|
In their work, African American women writers concentrate on issues of race, colour, roots, motherhood, relationships, identity, women’s roles and representations, community, the supernatural and the spiritual, recuperating and revivifying hidden histories, and sexism as much as : Gina Wisker. Afro-American Women Writers, An Anthology and Critical Guide. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, , p. List of works relevant to Wells-Barnett's life and times.
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Zara Wright was an American African American author based in only known published works are Black and White Tangled Threads and its sequel Kenneth, published under the same cover in What information there is about her is found in the preface of her first novel, Black and White Tangled Threads, which was dedicated to her husband, J.
Edward Wright, whose memory the book is Authority control: ISNI:. Ann Plato (c. – unknown) was a 19th-century Black (African American and Native American) educator and was the second woman of color to publish a book in America and the first to publish a book of essays and a young Black girl writing in the 19th century, Plato has been described as an heir to Phillis Wheatley, who wrote her first published poem at the age of 13 in Nevertheless, "the book did not gain attention or a ready market—perhaps because she had brought that shame she had feared to the antislavery people of the North," wrote Ann Allen Shockley in Afro-American Women Writers, Another reason the book was overlooked may have been due to the fact that Wilson was erroneously identified as.
Emergence of the Afro-American Woman Novelist is a literary history that begins its inquiry in the slave community and ends with Nella Larsen's novels of the late s. Ann Allen Shockley's Afro-American Women Writers, covers an identical period. These two works, there-fore, can be easily read in tandem, one providing the textual.Ann Allen Shockley, in Afro-American Women Writers –observed that the writing of this book “at the age of forty-two was prompted by reading an unrealistic novel, Birthright () by white writer T.S.
Stribling. To her, the story was not indicative of actual Negro life.Bibliographical Notes, of Books by and about Afro-American Writers Associated with New England in the Collection of Afro-American Literature, Suffolk University, Museum of Afro-American History, Boston Afro-American National Historical Site.
Boston: US Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, pp.