The Structuring of Emotion in Black American Fiction

Hedin, Raymond
September 1982
Novel: A Forum on Fiction;Fall1982, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p35
Academic Journal
Focuses on the structuring of emotions in Black American fiction. Depiction of anger in literature; Information on the book "The Black Arts Movement," by Larry Neal; Discussion on black man's humanity in expressing anger in literature.


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