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Through A Glass, Darkly

The Mirror Metaphor in Texts by Richard Wright, James Baldwin, and Ralph Ellison


Barbara Röckl

Contents: Where a Mirror Ought to Be – The Desegregation of Representation in Richard Wright’s 12 Million Black Voices – Reading Anamorphoses of American Reality - James Baldwin’s Early Essays – Illuminations of Black Invisibility in the Literary Theatrum Catoptricum - The Mirror Metaphor in «Twentieth Century Fiction» and Invisible Man.