Burnin' Down the House: Home in African American Literature

Kobo ebook | March 8, 2005

byValerie Sweeney Prince

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-- Cheryl A. Wall, Rutgers University

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-- Cheryl A. Wall, Rutgers University

Valerie Sweeney Prince is an assistant professor of English at Hampton University. She lives in Hampton, Virginia.
Format:Kobo ebookPublished:March 8, 2005Publisher:Columbia University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0231508794

ISBN - 13:9780231508797

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Table of Contents

Introduction: A House Is Not a Home
1. Living (Just Enough) for the City: Native Son
2. Keep on Moving Donít Stop: Invisible Man
3. Get in the Kitchen and Rattle Them Pots and Pans: The Bluest Eye
4. Sheís a Brick House: Corregidora
5. God Bless the Child Thatís Got His Own: Song of Solomon

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