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Hardcover Black Women Writing Autobiography Book

ISBN: 0877226393

ISBN13: 9780877226390

Black Women Writing Autobiography

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Beginning with slave narratives and concluding with modern autobiography, the author deals with individual works as representing stages in a continuum and situates these works in the context of other writings by both black and white writers.

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A story is a story is a story

Ms Braxton's compilation of essays and her own critical essays are thoughtful, intriguing, and well-written. Her work demonstrates the essential qualities that make it that, indeed, black women writing autobiography is another genre.
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