Toward Supreme Love in Self – (This Is an Endarkened, Feminist, New Literacies Event)
Appendix B: The Stylesheet of The Revelations of Asher
The Stylesheet of The Revelations of Asher
This stylesheet is presented as a quick reference to the unique, artistic style choices employed in this book. It also revisits the form and function of each fragmented self embodied by the ten (10) women in the inquiry. Remember, the seven (7) fragmented selves dominate the place of the soul and flesh/body to singularly or cooperatively construct one or more of the five (5) lover identities featured and deconstructed herein.
Each choice of font was made to clearly identify the voice of a fragmented self. See Visual Aid #1 for details. Here is a quick reference list:
Jeanine—a Black woman; a scholar, educator, and coach; a sociocultural literacist; the author of this endarkened, feminist, new literacies event.
Rajah—a spiritually inclined fragmented self who performs iterations of ethereal wisdom and peace; she refers to Biblical scripture and mystical thought; she demonstrates patience; she invokes stillness and quiet through her voice and stories; a prayer warrior; Rajah is a bearer of hope, faith, and love.
Asher—a teacherly fragmented self who performs inquiry, commends searches, gathers information, passes judgments, processes knowledge, explores binaries, and asks questions through her voice and stories; a leader; Asher is resistant, curious, sassy, determined, and a little sarcastic; she keeps records, keeps scores, and charts course, accordingly. ← 543 | 544 →
Maven—a maternal fragmented self who performs oversight and advising;...