TITLE

"The Nellie Tree," or, Disbanding the Wheatley Court

AUTHOR(S)
Blockett, Kimberly; Rutledge, Gregory; Kent, Alicia; Matthews, Kristin L.; Melvin, Lydia; Pritchard, Eric Darnell; Egan, Deirdre; Ikard, David; Bona, Mary Jo; Britton, Dennis; Mobley, Marilyn Sanders; Smith, Faith; Benjamin, Shanna Greene; Veltman, Laura J.; Bowman, Keisha Watson; Charron, Katherine Mellen; Jennings, Lynn; Uma, Alladi; Junker, Dave; Sherrard-Johnson, Cherene
PUB. DATE
March 2006
SOURCE
African American Review;Spring2006, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p39
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article presents a discussion of the so-called "Nellie Tree" and the disbanding of the Wheatley court. It states that the reason why the Wheatley court must be disbanded is so that African American literature can become a full member of the company of world literatures, being open to all who wants to participate in its bounty.
ACCESSION #
21889000

 

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