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|Genre/Form:||Criticism, interpretation, etc|
|Named Person:||Paul Laurence Dunbar; Paul Laurence Dunbar; Paul Laurence Dunbar|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Willie J Harrell, Jr.
|Description:||xviii, 266 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||The poetry of Paul Laurence Dunbar and the influence of African aesthetics: Dunbar's poems and the tradition of masking / Lena Ampadu --
National memory and the arts in Paul Laurence Dunbar's war poetry / Nassim W. Balestrini --
"Sing a song heroic": Paul Laurence Dunbar's mythic and poetic tribute to black soldiers / Sharon D. Raynor --
Minstrelsy and the dialect poetry of Paul Laurence Dunbar / Elston L. Carr Jr. --
Dunbar, dialect, and narrative theory: subverted statements in Lyrics of lowly life / Megan M. Peabody --
Rhetorical accountability: Paul Laurence Dunbar's search for "representative" men / Coretta M. Pittman --
"Jump back, honey, jump back": reading Paul Laurence Dunbar in the context of the Century magazine / Mark Noonan --
The glamour of Paul Laurence Dunbar: racial uplift, masculinity, and Bohemia in the Nadir / Matt Sandler --
Kemble's figures and Dunbar's folks: picturing the work of graphic illustration in Dunbar's short fiction / Adam Sonstegard --
"We know de time is ouahs": the power of Christmas in the literature of Paul Laurence Dunbar / Amy Cummins --
Creating a representative community: identity in Paul Laurence Dunbar's In old plantation days / Willie J. Harrell Jr. --
Memory and repression in Paul Laurence Dunbar's The sport of the gods / Jeannine King --
A little something more than something else: Dunbar's colorist ambivalence in The sport of the gods / Dolores V. Sisco --
Mobile blacks and ubiquitous blues: urbanizing the African American discourses in Paul Laurence Dunbar's The sport of the gods / Michael P. Moreno --
"With myriad subtleties": Paul Laurence Dunbar's constructions of social identity in The sport of the gods / Jayne E. Waterman --
"Nemmine. You got to git somebody else to ring yo' ol' bell now": nigger Ed and the rhetoric of local color realism and racial protest in Dunbar's The fanatics / Willie J. Harrell Jr.
|Responsibility:||edited by Willie J. Harrell Jr.|