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Clarence Major and his art : portraits of an African American postmodernist / edited by Bernard W. Bell.

Clarence Major and his art : portraits of an African American postmodernist / edited by Bernard W. Bell.
Major, Clarence
Chapel Hill, N.C. : University of North Carolina Press, 2001.

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Bell, Bernard W.
281 p. : ill.; 25 cm.
Alternative Title
Portraits of an African American postmodernist
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Introduction: Clarence Major's Transgressive Voice and Double Consciousness as an African American Postmodernist Artist / Bernard W. Bell -- The Slave Trade: View from the Middle Passage -- Inscription for the First Baptist Church as It Comes Out on Saturday to Park -- The General Sense of Self -- Conflict -- The Unfaithful Wife: A New Philosophy -- Private Line -- Motion Picture -- Vietnam -- Author of an Attitude -- Dismal Moment Passing -- My Child -- The Design -- Overbreak -- Excerpt from Dirty Bird Blues -- Excerpt from Such Was the Season -- Excerpt from My Amputations -- Excerpt from Reflex and Bone Structure -- Excerpt from All-Night Visitors -- Necessary Distance: Afterthoughts on Becoming a Writer / Clarence Major -- "I Follow My Eyes": An Interview with Clarence Major / Larry McCaffery and Jerzy Kutnik -- Reading the Painterly Text: Clarence Major's "The Slave Trade: View from the Middle Passage" / Linda Furgerson Selzer -- To Define an Ultimate Dimness: The Poetry of Clarence Major / Nathaniel MacKey -- Clarence Major's Innovative Fiction / Jerome Klinkowitz -- The Double Vision of Clarence Major: Painter and Writer / Lisa C. Roney -- Reflex and Bone Structure: The Black Anti-Detective Novel / Stephen F. Soitos -- Clarence Major's All-Night Visitors: Calibanic Discourse and Black Male Expression / James W. Coleman -- "I Was a Weird Example of Art": My Amputations as Cubist Confession / Stuart Xlawans -- Clarence Major's Homecoming Voice in Such Was the Season / Bernard W. Bell -- Against Commodification: Zuni Culture in Clarence Major's Native American Texts / Steve Hayward -- Clarence Major's Singing Voice(s) / Joe Weixlmann -- Selected Bibliography of Clarence Major's Works.
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  • 0807848999 (pbk. : alk. paper)
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