Rethinking the Politics of Literature
Authentically Black: Recognition, Authorship, and Fictions of Black Authenticity
Linking Charles Taylor’s concept of recognition and Lionel Trilling’s notion of authenticity, this essay explores the complexities of black identity and black authorship in contemporary multicultural consumer society in Percival Everrett’s 2001 novel Erasure.
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