Summary: A classic of cultural criticism, ''Race,'' Writing, and Difference provides a broad introduction to the idea of ''race'' as a meaningful category in the study of literature and the shaping of critical theory. This collection demonstrates the variety of critical approaches through which one may discuss the complexities of racial ''otherness'' in various modes of discourse. Now, fifteen years after their first publication, these essays have managed to escape the cliches associated with ...show more the race-class-gender trinity of '80s criticism, and remain a provocative overview of the complex interplay between race, writing, and difference. ...show lessEdition/Copyright: 86
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