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African American Literature: Politics of Marginal Space in the Fiction of Gloria Naylor

  

by: Anurag Kumar

 : African American Literature: Politics of Marginal Space in the Fiction of Gloria Naylor








Binding: Kindle Edition
Edition: 1
Format: Kindle eBook
Label: Atlantic Publishers and Distributors Pvt Ltd
Languages: EnglishPublished
Manufacturer: Atlantic Publishers and Distributors Pvt Ltd
Number Of Pages: 149
Publication Date: January 01, 2017
Publisher: Atlantic Publishers and Distributors Pvt Ltd
Release Date: December 10, 2016
Studio: Atlantic Publishers and Distributors Pvt Ltd




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Clearly written and cogently argumented, the book, African American Literature: Politics of Marginal Space in the Fiction of Gloria Naylor, makes complex theoretical concepts accessible, skillfully includes quoted material and is accurate and careful in its documentation. With a splendid discourse on the politics of marginal space, the book makes a substantial contribution not only to the critical corpus on Gloria Naylor and to African American Studies but contributes as well to the growing scholarship on the modern, postmodern and postcolonial conditions informing the global structural inequities which expel the dispossessed and powerless to marginal space.





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