The Resource Black writers in Latin America, Richard L. Jackson

Black writers in Latin America, Richard L. Jackson

Label
Black writers in Latin America
Title
Black writers in Latin America
Statement of responsibility
Richard L. Jackson
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1937-
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Jackson, Richard L.
Dewey number
860/.9
Index
index present
LC call number
PQ7081
LC item number
.J264
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Spanish American literature
  • Blacks in literature
  • Letterkunde
  • Negers
  • Spaans
  • Literatur
  • Lateinamerika
  • Schwarze
  • Hispanoamerika
Label
Black writers in Latin America, Richard L. Jackson
Link
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. [213]-218
Contents
  • Cultural nationalism and the emergence of literary Blackness in Colombia: the originality of Candelario Obeso
  • The Black swan: Gaspar Octavio Hernández, Panama's Black modernist poet
  • pt. 2.
  • Major period (1922-49):
  • The turning point: the Blackening of Nicolás Guillén and the impact of his Motivos de son
  • The Black writer, the Black press, and the Black Diaspora in Uruguay
  • Juan Pablo Sojo and the Black novel in Venezuela
  • Adalberto Ortiz and his Black Ecuadorian classic
  • Literary Blackness in Colombia: the novels of Arnoldo Palacios
  • pt. 3.
  • Introduction:
  • Contemporary authors (1950- ):
  • Literary Blackness in Colombia: the ideological development of Manuel Zapata Olivella
  • Literary Blackness and Third Worldism in recent Ecuadorian fiction: the novels of Nelson Estupiñán Bass
  • Folk forms and formal literature: revolution and the Black poet-singer in Ecuador, Peru, and Cuba
  • Return to the origins: the Afro-Costa Rican literature of Quince Duncan
  • Ebe Yiye -"the future will be better": an update on Panama from Black Cubena
  • Conclusion:
  • Prospects for a Black aesthetic in Latin America
  • The problems of literary Blackness in Latin America
  • pt. 1.
  • Early literature (1821-1921):
  • In the beginning: oral literature and the "true Black experience"
  • Slave poetry and slave narrative: Juan Francisco Manzano and Black autobiography
  • Slave societies and the free Black writer: José Manuel Valdés and "Plácido"
  • From antislavery to antiracism: Martín Morúa Delgado, Black novelist, politician, and critic of postabolitionist Cuba
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, 224 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1028860374
Label
Black writers in Latin America, Richard L. Jackson
Link
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. [213]-218
Contents
  • Cultural nationalism and the emergence of literary Blackness in Colombia: the originality of Candelario Obeso
  • The Black swan: Gaspar Octavio Hernández, Panama's Black modernist poet
  • pt. 2.
  • Major period (1922-49):
  • The turning point: the Blackening of Nicolás Guillén and the impact of his Motivos de son
  • The Black writer, the Black press, and the Black Diaspora in Uruguay
  • Juan Pablo Sojo and the Black novel in Venezuela
  • Adalberto Ortiz and his Black Ecuadorian classic
  • Literary Blackness in Colombia: the novels of Arnoldo Palacios
  • pt. 3.
  • Introduction:
  • Contemporary authors (1950- ):
  • Literary Blackness in Colombia: the ideological development of Manuel Zapata Olivella
  • Literary Blackness and Third Worldism in recent Ecuadorian fiction: the novels of Nelson Estupiñán Bass
  • Folk forms and formal literature: revolution and the Black poet-singer in Ecuador, Peru, and Cuba
  • Return to the origins: the Afro-Costa Rican literature of Quince Duncan
  • Ebe Yiye -"the future will be better": an update on Panama from Black Cubena
  • Conclusion:
  • Prospects for a Black aesthetic in Latin America
  • The problems of literary Blackness in Latin America
  • pt. 1.
  • Early literature (1821-1921):
  • In the beginning: oral literature and the "true Black experience"
  • Slave poetry and slave narrative: Juan Francisco Manzano and Black autobiography
  • Slave societies and the free Black writer: José Manuel Valdés and "Plácido"
  • From antislavery to antiracism: Martín Morúa Delgado, Black novelist, politician, and critic of postabolitionist Cuba
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, 224 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1028860374

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