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  • Author:
    Anne P. Rice
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    0813533295
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    978-0813533292
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    Rutgers University Press; None ed. edition (October 8, 2003)
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    336 pages
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A wide-ranging collection of anti-lynching writings, Witnessing Lynching offers both students and general readers . Anne P. Rice is an adjunct lecturer in the black studies department at Lehman College

Anne P. Rice is an adjunct lecturer in the black studies department at Lehman College. Michele Wallace is a professor of English, women’s studies, and film at City College of New York and the CUNY Graduate Center. She is the author of Black Macho and the Myth of the Superwoman, Invisibility Blues, and Dark Designs and Visual Culture.

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The book has acquired a considerable reputation. It has been called the "greatest of all American urban novels. Rice, Anne P. (2003). Witnessing Lynching: American Writers Respond. Dreiser c. 1910s His second novel Jennie Gerhardt was published in 1911. 44 His featuring young women as protagonists dramatized the social changes of urbanization, as young people moved from rural villages to cities. Rutgers University Press.

This landmark book follows the trajectory of both forces over American history-and makes lynching’s legacy belong to us. .

This landmark book follows the trajectory of both forces over American history-and makes lynching’s legacy belong to us all. Praise for At the Hands of Persons Unknown. In this history of lynching in the post-Reconstruction South-the most comprehensive of its kind-the author has written what amounts to a Black Book of American race relations. A powerfully written, admirably perceptive synthesis of the vast literature on lynching. Все результаты Поиска книг Google Об авторе (2007).

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Witnessing Lynching: American Writers Respond. Rice, Michele Wallace. Witnessing Lynching" brings together poetry, essays, drama and fiction from the height of the lynching era (1889-1935). During this time, the torture of a black person drew thousands of loca. More).

Lynching and American Justice When the airplanes struck the World Trade Centre and the Pentagon, the US, as some .

Lynching and American Justice When the airplanes struck the World Trade Centre and the Pentagon, the US, as some, including its commander-in-chief, described, had lost its innocence. This insidious description remains oblivious to the huge inventory of terror developed by the white race in the US to keep the black race under subjugation for well over 300 years. White, Walter Francis (1929): I Investigate Lynchings in Anne P Rice (ed) (2003), Witnessing Lynching: American Writers Respond, Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, p 1. Wright, Richard (1945): Black Boy, HarperCollins, New York, reprint 1993, p 203. W.

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These writers respond to lynching in many different ways, using literature to protest and educate, to create a space of mourning in which to commemorate and rehumanize the dead, and as a cathartic release for personal and collective trauma

These writers respond to lynching in many different ways, using literature to protest and educate, to create a space of mourning in which to commemorate and rehumanize the dead, and as a cathartic release for personal and collective trauma. Their words provide today’s reader with a chance to witness lynching and better understand the current state of race relations in America. An introduction by Anne P. Rice offers a broad historical and thematic framework to ground the selections. Related epub fb2 eBooks: Strange Fruit: Plays on Lynching by American Women.

Witnessing Lynching: American Writers Respond is the first anthology to gather poetry, essays, drama, and fiction from the height of the lynching era (1889–1935). During this time, the torture of a black person drew thousands of local onlookers and was replayed throughout the nation in lurid newspaper reports. The selections gathered here represent the courageous efforts of American writers to witness the trauma of lynching and to expose the truth about this uniquely American atrocity. Included are well-known authors and activists such as Frederick Douglass, W.E.B. Du Bois, Langston Hughes, Ida B. Wells, and Theodore Dreiser, as well as many others. These writers respond to lynching in many different ways, using literature to protest and educate, to create a space of mourning in which to commemorate and rehumanize the dead, and as a cathartic release for personal and collective trauma. Their words provide today’s reader with a chance to witness lynching and better understand the current state of race relations in America.An introduction by Anne P. Rice offers a broad historical and thematic framework to ground the selections.