1. Bernier’s Experimental Poetics; or, What Was African American Experimentalism?
  2. Robert S. Levine
  3. pp. 496-500
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  1. What Characters of Blood Can Offer Art Historians
  2. Patricia Hills
  3. pp. 501-504
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  1. Hidden Heroes of the Black Atlantic
  2. Alan Rice
  3. pp. 504-510
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  1. Tribute to the Martyrs
  2. Eddie Chambers
  3. pp. 510-513
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  1. Black Is Bountiful: From Heroic Action to Artistic Heroism in Afro-Atlantic History
  2. Richard S. Newman
  3. pp. 514-518
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  1. Response: When “Nothing Is Said of Black Heroes”
  2. Celeste-Marie Bernier
  3. pp. 518-526
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  1. What the Folk Printed: Verse Culture and the Black Press in 1865 New Orleans
  2. Laurel Hankins
  3. pp. 527-540
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  1. Race/Relations, Acts of Discernment, and Ethical Inquiry in Charles W. Chesnutt’s The House behind the Cedars
  2. Bettina Carbonell
  3. pp. 541-556
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  1. Doing the Slave Trade in Different Voices: Poetics and Politics in Robert Hayden’s First “Middle Passage”
  2. Carl Plasa
  3. pp. 557-573
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  1. Frances E. W. Harper’s Educational Reservations: The Indian Question in Iola Leroy
  2. Jessica Wells Cantiello
  3. pp. 575-592
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  1. Langston Hughes’s “Rejuvenation Through Joy”: Passing, Racial Performance, and the Marketplace
  2. Sonnet Retman
  3. pp. 593-602
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  1. “Another Map of the South Side”: Native Son as Postcolonial Novel
  2. Anthony Reed
  3. pp. 603-615
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  1. The Revenge of Emmett Till: Impudent Aesthetics and the Swagger Narratives of Hip-Hop Culture
  2. James Braxton Peterson
  3. pp. 617-631
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  1. There’s No Place Like Home(wood): The Transmutation of Place in the Literary Imagination of Wideman, French, and Wilson
  2. Michael Kaffer
  3. pp. 633-641
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  1. Ante-Bellum, Autumn 1860 By Abraham Lincoln, and: Letter to the (African Baptist) Messiah
  2. George Elliott Clarke
  3. pp. 643-647
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  1. My Name Yahyaa
  2. Gabrielle Agasto
  3. p. 648
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  1. Séjour chez Moustapha Sarr / Visiting Moustapha Sarr
  2. John Marson Dunaway
  3. p. 649
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  1. Song of Victor(ia), and: Andromeda
  2. Natasha Andreil
  3. pp. 650-651
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  1. Untitled, and: Lumberton
  2. Syreetta McArthur
  3. p. 652
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  1. Through the Neighborhoods of the World a Slow Saxophone Is Playing
  2. Félix Grande, Ana Valverde Osan
  3. pp. 653-655
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  1. Nobody’s Boy
  2. Linda Mobley Fantroy
  3. pp. 657-659
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  1. Albert Murray and the Aesthetic Imagination of a Nation ed. by Barbara A. Baker (review)
  2. Daniel Matlin
  3. pp. 661-662
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  1. Southscapes: Geographies of Race, Region, and Literature by Thadious M. Davis (review)
  2. Martyn Bone
  3. pp. 662-665
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  1. Romance, Diaspora, and Black Atlantic Literature by Yogita Goyal (review)
  2. Shea Bigsby
  3. pp. 665-667
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  1. Ralph Ellison and Kenneth Burke: At the Roots of the Racial Divide by Bryan Crable (review)
  2. Robert Butler
  3. pp. 667-669
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  1. Between the Lines: Transnationalism and African American Poetics by Monique-Adelle Callahan (review)
  2. Earl E. Fitz
  3. pp. 672-674
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  1. Passing Strange: Shakespeare, Race, and Contemporary America by Ayanna Thompson (review)
  2. Anthony Barthelemy
  3. pp. 674-675
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  1. Langston Hughes and American Lynching Culture by W. Jason Miller (review)
  2. Kimberly Banks
  3. pp. 675-678
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  1. Carl Van Vechten and the Harlem Renaissance: A Portrait in Black and White by Emily Bernard (review)
  2. Warren J. Carson
  3. pp. 678-679
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  1. Troubling Vision: Performance, Visuality, and Blackness by Nicole R. Fleetwood (review)
  2. Shannon M. Cochran
  3. pp. 680-682
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  1. Dedication for this Issue
  2. p. vii
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  1. Assessing Characters of Blood; or, What Is Black Heroism in the Transatlantic Imagination?: Introduction
  2. Zoe Trodd
  3. pp. 495-496
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  1. Suzan-Lori Parks: Essays on the Plays and Other Works ed. by Philip C. Kolin (review)
  2. Jocelyn L. Buckner
  3. pp. 669-671
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 683-685
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