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difference place makes : gender, sexuality, and diaspora identity
The author provides a literary reanalysis of the writing of three well-known authors of African descent, Michelle Cliff, Alice Walker, and Ama Ata Aidoo. She looks closely at how place and race shape and inform literature written by black women writers. In doing so, the book travels from the United States to Africa, following the historical trajectory of Pan-Africanist thought.
Gourdine, Angeletta K.M.
zwarte schrijvers / zwarte romans / filosofie / rolgedrag / diaspora / vluchtelingen / etniciteit / vrouwbeelden / zwart / Verenigde Staten
via de website van Aletta.

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