Sturdy black bridges: visions of Black women in literature

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Anchor Press/Doubleday, 1979 - Literary Criticism - 422 pages
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A critical appreciation of Black women in literature considers Black images, major influences in the field, and new creative works enhancing the theme of Black bridges

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The Analytical Roseann P Bell
Introduction to Ama Ata Karen C Chapman

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Beverly Guy-Sheftall is President of the National Women's Studies Association, the founding Director of the Women's Research and Resource Center, and Professor of Women's Studies at Spelman College. She has been involved with the national women's studies movement since its inception and provided leadership for the establishment of the first women's studies major at a historically Black college.

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