Volume 49, Number 2, Summer 2016

Table of Contents

Articles

“[H]eroic bravery in more than one battle”: The Creation of Heroes in William Wells Brown’s Multi-Edition Clotel

pp. 75-91
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“A Mighty Queer Place”: Textual and Sexual Dis-Ease in Ann Petry’s Country Place

pp. 93-110
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The Terror of Ahistoricity: Reading the Frame(-up) through and against Film Noir in Richard Wright’s “The Man Who Lived Underground”

pp. 111-127
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Rethinking Paradise: Toni Morrison and Utopia at the Millennium

pp. 129-144
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Allusion and Misdirection: Himes, “Meiosis,” and Everett’s erasure

pp. 145-156
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Poetry

Moon Cycle

p. 157
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Lost and Turned Out

p. 158
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Fiction

Miami Don’t Know

pp. 159-163
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Book Reviews

Censoring Racial Ridicule: Irish, Jewish, and African American Struggles over Race and Representation, 1890-1930 by M. Alison Kibler (review)

pp. 165-166
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Dethroning the Deceitful Pork Chop: Rethinking African American Foodways from Slavery to Obama ed. by Jennifer Jensen Wallach, and: The Jemima Code: Two Centuries of African American Cookbooks by Toni Tipton-Martin (review)

pp. 166-169
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The Jim Crow Routine: Everyday Performances of Race, Civil Rights, and Segregation in Mississippi by Stephen A. Berrey (review)

pp. 169-171
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Emmett Till: The Murder that Shocked the World and Propelled the Civil Rights Movement by Devery S. Anderson (review)

pp. 171-174
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Birth of an Industry: Blackface Minstrelsy and the Rise of American Animation by Nicholas Sammond (review)

pp. 174-176
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Contributors

p. 177
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