What Is Reborn in a Renaissance?
- Behind the bestsellers. Maryles, Daisy; Donahue, Richard // Publishers Weekly;5/13/1996, Vol. 243 Issue 20, p24
Presents news briefs regarding books and bookselling in the spring of 1996. Publishers Weekly list showing African-American authors topping the list in the fiction and nonfiction categories; Authors Terry McMillan and Dennis Rodman; The number of copies in print of McMillan's book `How Stella...
- ESSENCE best-sellers. Boler, Raquel // Essence (Time Inc.);May2003, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p146
Enumerates several best-sellers by Afro-American authors as of May 2003. 'Baby Momma Drama,' by Carl Weber; 'Addicted,' by Zane; 'A Lawyer's Life,' by Johnnie Cochran and David Fisher; 'The Coldest Winter Ever,' by Sister Souljah.
- Constructing and Reconstructing Homeland 'Spaces' in African American Writing. Sharma, Bhumika // Labyrinth: An International Refereed Journal of Postmodern Studi;Oct2012, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p127
African American writing is epitomized for the literary articulation that portrays the struggle of a dispossessed and dismissed man from non-entity to entity. The idea of homeland is widely conceived in African American writing not only as a geographical region but as a mental construction that...
- Bibliophiles beware! Hawkins-Bond, Portia // Essence (Essence);Feb1994, Vol. 24 Issue 10, p56
Presents books by Afro-Americans. Nouveau novels; Moving memoirs; Poetic justice; History books; Health books.
- New books by African-American authors. NELSON, CORINNE // Black Collegian;Oct98, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p10
Offers a look on several books by African-American authors. `Can I Get A Witness: For Sisters When the Blues of More than a Song,' by Julia Boyd; `Sacred Bond: Black Men and Their Mothers,' by Keith M. Brown; `The Underground Railroad: A Personal Journey Through History,' by Anthony Michael...
- PARODY OF RACIAL CLICHÃ‰ IN PERCIVAL EVERETT'S ERASURE. DEPCİ, Aytemis; TANRITANIR, Bülent C. // Journal of International Social Research;2014, Vol. 7 Issue 29, p281
In Percival Everett's novel Erasure Monk, the author- protagonist writes a novel to criticize stereotyping 'the African-American novel' as a genre and also to present a critical repetition of Wright's novel Native Son which promotes the idea of violent and discriminated black identity...
- Book shelf. // Ebony;Nov1994, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p24
Presents synopses of books by Afro-American authors. Includes `Success Runs in Our Race: The Complete Guide to Effective Networking in the African American Community,' by George Fraser; `Television's Imageable Influences: The Self-Perceptions of Young African-Americans,' by Camille O. Cosby;...
- Singing the black mother: Maya Angelou and... Lupton, Mary Jane // Black American Literature Forum;Summer90, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p257
Reviews the books `I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings', `Gather Together in My Name', `Singin' and Swingin' and Gettin' Merry Like Christmas', `The Heart of a Woman' and `All God's Children Need Traveling Shoes,' by Maya Angelou.
- Ebony book shelf. // Ebony;Nov1995, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p18H
Presents a list of the best books by Afro-American authors since 1925. Includes `Black Boy: A Record of Childhood and Youth,' by Richard Wright; `Roots,' by Alex Haley; `My American Journey: The Life Story of a Young Boy from the Bronx Who Grew Up to Live the American Dream,' by Colin Powell.