African-American Literature: An Anthology
Demetrice A. Worley, Jesse Perry
NTC Publishing Group, 1998 - Fiction - 495 pages
African-American Literature is a collection of eighty-five selections that exemplify the range and depth of the writing of African Americans, including such early writers as Frederick Douglass and Phillis Wheatley and such modern writers as Haki Madhubuti and Rita Dove. From classic to contemporary, these authors represent the African-American literary tradition at its best.
African-American Literature includes poetry, fiction, essays, and drama. In addition, extensive features, including historical and thematic context, biographical information, and writing and discussion questions, provide important support.
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