Table of contents for Whiteness in the novels of Charles W. Chesnutt / Matthew Wilson.


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Contents
Introduction 000
 1. Chesnutt's Racial Nonfiction: Theorizing Race 000
2. The White Novels: Melodrama and Popular Fiction 000
3. Mandy Oxendine and the Protocols of Tragic Mulatta Fiction 
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4. Race Melodrama and the White Audience of The House Behind the
Cedars 000
5. The Marrow of Tradition: Living to Tell the Tale 000
6. The Eccentric Design of Charles W. Chesnutt's New South Novel,
The Colonel's Dream 000
7. Paul Marchand, F.M.C. and the Strange Alchemy of Race 000
8. The Quarry: "No White Person of Sound Mind Would Ever Claim to
Be a Negro" 000
Postscript 000
Notes 000
Works Cited 000
Index 000




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Chesnutt, Charles Waddell, 1858-1932 Criticism and interpretation, Chesnutt, Charles Waddell, 1858-1932 Characters Whites, Human skin color in literature, Whites in literature, White in literature, Race in literature