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dc.creatorCrawford, Margo Natalie
dc.identifier.isbn9780814251683 (print)
dc.identifier.isbn9780814210918 (print)
dc.identifier.otherOCLC #220859173 (print)
dc.identifier.otherLCCN 2008015056 (print)
dc.description(print) viii, 200 p. : ill. ; 24 cmen
dc.description.tableofcontents'She should have been a boy': shades of blackness in Three lives and The blacker the berry -- The fantasy and fear of dilution in Absalom, Absalom! -- The black arts phallus -- The surreal aesthetic and the sticky racial fetish: The bluest eye and Tar baby -- Skin color geographies in Paradise -- The critique of dilution anxiety in Sent for you yesterday -- Epilogue: post-dilution anxietyen
dc.publisherThe Ohio State University Pressen
dc.subject.lcshAmerican literature -- 20th century -- History and criticismen
dc.subject.lcshHuman skin color in literatureen
dc.subject.lcshPolitics and literature -- United States -- History -- 20th centuryen
dc.subject.lcshHuman skin color -- United States -- Psychological aspectsen
dc.subject.lcshHuman skin color -- Social aspects -- United Statesen
dc.subject.lcshRace awareness in literatureen
dc.subject.lcshRace in literatureen
dc.subject.lcshRace relations in literatureen
dc.subject.lcshMiscegenation in literatureen
dc.subject.lcshBody, Human, in literatureen
dc.subject.lcshDifference (Psychology) in literatureen
dc.titleDilution anxiety and the Black phallusen
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