1. "I Could Always Feel Race Trouble . . . Never More Than Two Feet Off": Chester Himes's Melancholic Perception
  2. Tyrone Simpson II
  3. pp. 233-245
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  1. Chester Himes, Boris Vian, and the Transatlantic Politics of Racial Representation
  2. Grégory Pierrot
  3. pp. 247-262
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  1. On Chester Himes and Success
  2. Lisa Fluet
  3. pp. 263-276
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  1. Everybody's Noir Humanism: Chester Himes, Lonely Crusade, and The Quality of Hurt
  2. Justus Nieland
  3. pp. 277-293
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  1. "Singing Love Songs to Mr. Death": Racial Terror and the State of Erection in D'Angelo's "(Untitled) How Does It Feel?"
  2. Aimé J. Ellis
  3. pp. 295-309
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  1. "The Kiss of Memory": The Problem of Love in Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God
  2. Tracy L. Bealer
  3. pp. 311-327
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  1. The Trouble with Publicness: Toward a Theory of Black Quiet
  2. Kevin Everod Quashie
  3. pp. 329-343
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  1. Up Close and Personal: Edwidge Danticat on Haitian Identity and the Writer's Life
  2. Opal Palmer Adisa
  3. pp. 345-355
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  1. Forgotten Manuscripts: "To My Friend—Joseph S. Cotter," by Paul Laurence Dunbar
  2. Herbert Woodward Martin
  3. pp. 357-358
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  1. "We are not in the old days now": Paul Laurence Dunbar and the Problem of Sympathy
  2. Christine A. Wooley
  3. pp. 359-370
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  1. Writing to "Virtuous" and "Gentle" Readers: The Problem of Pain in Harriet Jacobs's Incidents and Harriet Wilson's Sketches
  2. Sally Gomaa
  3. pp. 371-381
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  1. An Interview with Marilyn Nelson
  2. David Anderson
  3. pp. 383-395
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  1. Millie-Christine
  2. Marilyn Nelson
  3. pp. 397-400
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  1. Charles Johnson's Way to a Spiritual Literature
  2. Ashraf H. A. Rushdy
  3. pp. 401-412
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  1. Historical Fiction and Maryse Condé's I, Tituba, Black Witch of Salem
  2. Zubeda Jalalzai
  3. pp. 413-425
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  1. Visions of Their America: Waldo Frank's Jewish-Modernist Influence on Jean Toomer's "Fern"
  2. Michael Yellin
  3. pp. 427-442
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  1. The Historical Uncanny: Segregation Signs in Getting Mother's Body, a Post-Civil Rights American Novel
  2. Brian Norman
  3. pp. 443-456
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  1. The Death and Life of a Chicago Edifice: Gwendolyn Brooks's "In the Mecca"
  2. Daniela Kukrechtová
  3. pp. 457-472
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  1. The Property of Blackness: The Legal Fiction of Frank J. Webb's The Garies and Their Friends
  2. Elizabeth Stockton
  3. pp. 473-486
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  1. Rise and Fall
  2. Bro. Yao
  3. p. 487
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  1. Sonnet Ending with a Line by Miles
  2. Stephen Cramer
  3. p. 489
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  1. There was a ripping sound
  2. Quincy Scott Jones
  3. p. 491
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  1. Signs and Deliverance
  2. Edward Kelsey Moore
  3. pp. 493-498
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  1. Evening Guitar, Romare Bearden (1987), and: Zinnias
  2. Georgia Banks-Martin
  3. p. 499
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  1. Aubade, and: The Beast of Burdens
  2. Robert Nazarene
  3. pp. 501-502
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  1. The French Atlantic Triangle: Literature and Culture of the Slave Trade (review)
  2. Andrew Opitz
  3. pp. 503-504
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  1. Revisiting Slave Narratives II/Les avatars contemporains des récits d'esclaves II (review)
  2. Ashraf H. A. Rushdy
  3. pp. 504-506
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  1. The Portable Charles W. Chesnutt, and: Charles W. Chesnutt: Stories, Novels, & Essays (review)
  2. John M. Freiermuth
  3. pp. 506-508
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  1. Love and Marriage in Early African America (review)
  2. Cedric Gael Bryant
  3. pp. 508-509
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  1. Life of William Grimes, the Runaway Slave (review)
  2. Kari J. Winter
  3. pp. 509-511
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  1. Freedom's Empire: Race and the Rise of the Novel in Atlantic Modernity, 1640-1940 (review)
  2. Marisa Huerta
  3. pp. 512-513
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  1. Jennie Carter: A Black Journalist of the Early West (review)
  2. Jessica Faye Hinton
  3. pp. 513-514
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  1. Portraits of the New Negro Woman: Visual and Literary Culture in the Harlem Renaissance (review)
  2. Edward Dauterich
  3. pp. 515-516
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  1. Unfinished Masterpiece: The Harlem Renaissance Fiction of Anita Scott Coleman (review)
  2. Carol E. Henderson
  3. pp. 516-517
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  1. Montage of Dream: The Art and Life of Langston Hughes (review)
  2. Mary Hricko
  3. pp. 517-519
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  1. A Father's Law (review)
  2. Jerry W. Ward Jr.
  3. pp. 519-521
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  1. Richard Wright's Native Son (review)
  2. E. Lâle Demirtürk
  3. pp. 521-523
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  1. Dear Chester, Dear John: Letters between Chester Himes and John A. Williams (review)
  2. Matthew Calihman
  3. pp. 523-524
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  1. Commerce in Color: Race, Consumer Culture, and American Literature, 1893-1933 (review)
  2. Shin Yamamoto
  3. pp. 524-525
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  1. Baldwin's Harlem: A Biography of James Baldwin (review)
  2. Douglas Field
  3. pp. 525-527
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  1. In Search of the Black Fantastic: Politics and Popular Culture in the Post-Civil Rights Era (review)
  2. Robert Butler
  3. pp. 527-528
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  1. Warfare in the American Homeland: Policing and Prison in a Penal Democracy (review)
  2. Katy Ryan
  3. pp. 528-530
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  1. Revolutionaries to Race Leaders: Black Power and the Making of American Politics (review)
  2. Kenneth J. Bindas
  3. pp. 530-532
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  1. "Closer to the Truth Than Any Fact": Memoir, Memory, and Jim Crow (review)
  2. Amina Gautier
  3. pp. 532-533
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  1. Bass Cathedral (review)
  2. Aldon Lynn Nielsen
  3. pp. 533-535
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  1. Can't I Love What I Criticize?: The Masculine and Morrison (review)
  2. Lucille P. Fultz
  3. pp. 535-537
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  1. Clinging to Mammy: The Faithful Slave in Twentieth-Century America (review)
  2. Susan L. Blake
  3. pp. 537-539
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  1. Authentic New Orleans: Tourism, Culture, and Race in the Big Easy (review)
  2. John Gruesser
  3. pp. 539-540
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  1. Saviors or Sellouts: The Promise and Peril of Black Conservatism from Booker T. Washington to Condoleezza Rice (review)
  2. Wilma King
  3. pp. 541-542
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  1. Introduction: A special section on Chester Himes
  2. Jonathan P. Eburne, Kevin Bell
  3. pp. 225-231
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 543-545
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