3 edition of Black Women Writers, 1950-1980 found in the catalog.
Black Women Writers, 1950-1980
September 1999 by Doubleday Books .
Written in English
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Black Women Writers (): A Critical Evaluation Paperback – Aug by Mari Evans (Editor)Cited by: Black Women Writers (): A Critical Evaluation. This unique volume provides each writers reflection on her work, an evaluation of that writer by two perceptive critics, and detailed biographical and bibliographical data.
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But Black women have consistently published evocative, thoughtful works. Our stories soar. They provoke. They inspire. The work of Black women across history is expansive. Though we've compiled selections, this is still only the tip of the literary iceberg. We encourage you to leave a comment and share more brilliant works by Black women.
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Mari Evans has written poetry, short fiction stories, children’s books, and theater pieces. She is also the editor of Black Women Writers (–): A Critical Evaluation (Anchor/Doubleday, ). She is known for her poems, one of which, called "When In Rome", is taught in many high schools and college English classes.
We can basically all agree, as readers, that she is one of the greatest historical romance authors—and all-out storytellers—of our time, black, white or otherwise. She may have been churning them out like butter for over two decades, but every new book brings new (and sometimes familiar, desired-for) characters with new ideas and new : Jessica Pryde.
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African American women writers have helped bring the black woman's experience to life for millions of readers. They've written of what it was like to live in slavery, what Jim Crow America was like, and what 20th and 21st century America has been like for black women.
Black Women Writers: A Syllabus Obioma Nnaemeka Course Description This cross-cultural inquiry into the writings of women of African descent seeks to rethink marginality by locating the works of these women writers within the framework of marginal and postcolonial dis-courses.
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“ The improvising, styling, vamping, re-creative method of the jazz composer is the formal method by which the narrative genius of Toni Cade Bambara ” balances conflicting elements of experience, ventured critic Eleanor W. Traylor in the anthology Black Women Writers ( – ): A Critical Evaluation.
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Biography Early life and education. Miltona Mirkin Cade was born in Harlem, New York, to parents Walter and Helen (Henderson) grew up in Harlem, Bedford Stuyvesant (Brooklyn), Queens and New the age of six, she changed her name from Miltona to Toni, and then in changed her name to include the name of a West African ethnic group, Bambara, after finding the name written Born: Miltona Mirkin Cade, MaNew York City.
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