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Regards croisés sur les Afro-Américains

Mélange en l'honneur de Michel Fabre


In a 1932 article for the journal Opportunity, Charles Hamlin Good acknowledged an earlier “golden age” of African American literature. At the height of the Harlem Renaissance, Good reminded his readers of the writing produced by ante-bellum New Orleans’s Creoles of color. He argued that these writers “deserve more than passing notice for the work they did. In the dark ages of slavery their work foreshadowed the Negro cultural revival of today.” (Good, 79.)

  • Publisher : Presses universitaires François-Rabelais
  • Series : GRAAT | 27
  • Place of publication : Tours
  • Year of publication : 2003
  • Published on OpenEdition Books : 01 June 2017
  • Electronic EAN : 9782869064690
  • DOI : 10.4000/books.pufr.4146
  • Number of pages : 358 p.
Claude Julien

Tributes from friends and colleagues

John A. Williams
Fabre: a Tribute
Brenda F. Berrian
A Tribute to a Mentor
Edward Margolies
A Tribute to a Colleague
Hazel Rowley
Fellow Scorpios

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