Reimagining the Middle Passage: Black Resistance in Literature, Television, and Song
Creators:Green, Tara T.
Subjects (LCSH):American literature -- African American authors -- History and criticism
Slave trade in literature
Slavery in literature
African Americans -- Intellectual life
Keywords:Literary Criticism / American / African American
Literary Criticism / African
Literary Criticism / Women Authors
Drama / American / General
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Publisher:The Ohio State University Press
Series/Report no.:Black Performance and Cultural Criticism
(print) x, 180 pages
Understanding the Middle Passage -- Alex Haley's roots of resistance -- Middle Passage legacies in Charles Johnson and HBO's Treme -- Calling Marie Laveau -- Legacies of the Middle Passage -- Deadly waters and southern blues -- Katrina sings the blues in Jesmyn Ward's Salvage the bones -- Telling of return and rebirth in Marshall's Praisesong for the widow -- Conclusion: Acts of redemption through forgiveness: remembering Charleston in the post-Middle Passage era
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