Includes bibliographical references (p. -156) and index.
Black nationalist discourse in the postwar period -- The dual nationalism of Alain Locke's The new Negro -- The dance of nationalism in the Harlem Renaissance -- Marxism and Black proletarian literary theory -- Langston Hughes's radical poetry and the "end of race" -- Richard Wright's critique of nationalist desire -- Beyond twentieth-century nationalisms in the study of African American culture.
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