Table of contents for Black subjects : identity formation in the contemporary narrative of slavery / Arlene R. Keizer.


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Contents
 
Acknowledgments	ix
Introduction: "The Middle Passage Never Guessed Its End": New 
World Slavery in Contemporary Literature	1
 1. Beloved: Ideologies in Conflict, Improvised Subjects	00
2. Being, Race, and Gender: Black Masculinity and Western 
Philosophy in Charles Johnson's Works on Slavery	000
3. The Chosen Place, The Timeless People: Late Capitalism in the 
Black Atlantic	000
4. Performance, Identity, and Mulatto Aesthetics in Derek 
Walcott's Dream on Monkey Mountain	000
5. The Geography of the Apocalypse: Incest, Mythology, and the 
Fall of Washington City in Carolivia Herron's Thereafter Johnnie
	000
Conclusion. One Lives by Memory, Not by Truth	000
Notes	000
Works Cited	000
Index	000




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: American fiction 20th century History and criticism, Slavery in literature, Caribbean literature (English) History and criticism, Walcott, Derek, Dream on Monkey Mountain, Identity (Psychology) in literature, African Americans in literature, Slave trade in literature, Blacks in literature