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Includes bibliographical references (pages 199-203).
Includes one article in French.
The essays in this groundbreaking collection constitute a pioneering attempt at establishing a comparative agenda for the study of black literatures and identities in the context of the European Union. Drawing from a wide variety of critical perspectives.
TABLE OF CONTENTS; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; INTRODUCTION; PART I; EUROPEAN CARIBBEAN COMMUNITIES; LES ÉCRIVAINS FRANCOPHONES SUBSAHARIENS DE LA NOUVELLE GÉNÉRATION; FROM ROUTES TO ROOTS; TALK BACK AND THINK BEYOND; WRITING, MIGRATION AND IDENTITY IN AFRICAN HISPANIC LITERATURE; USING SANKOFA AS A LITERARY PARADIGM; AFRO-GERMAN IDENTITIES; PART II; RETHINKING THE "GENDERED" AFRICAN DIASPORA; AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL NEGOTIATION IN SELECTED NOVELS BY BERYL GILROY AND JOAN RILEY; DIASPORIC FEMALE IDENTITY IN FRANCE AND ITALY; ABSENT SISTERS; "WHEREVER I HANG ME KNICKERS:"; SUGGESTIONS FOR FURTHER READING.
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