The Hip Hop Reader, Volume 49

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Timothy Francis Strode, Tim Wood
Pearson Longman, 2008 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 239 pages
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Composition and hip hop may seem unrelated, but the connection isn't hard to make: Hip hop and rap rely on a complex of narrative practices that have clear ties to some of the best American essay writing. A Hip Hop Reader brings together work by important writers about this cultural phenomenon and provides lively selections that represent a variety of styles and interests.

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Contents

Preface
1
Tricia Rose Rap Music
17
Rap
30
Copyright

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About the author (2008)

Tim Wood has published poems in various magazines and writes about American epic poetry, Herman Melville's Clarel and Louis Zukofsky's "A" in particular. He is co-editor of The Hip Hop Reader (Longman, 2007) and is an assistant professor of English at SUNY Nassau Community College in Garden City, New York.

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