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Writing the Black Revolutionary Diva
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Contents<> Acknowledgments Prelude 1. From Soul Cleavage to Soul Survival: Double-Consciousness and the Emergence of the Decolonized Text/Subject 2. "Who Is the Black Woman?": Repositioning the Gaze and Reconstructing Images in The Black Woman: An Anthology and Essence Magazine 3. Constructing Diva Citizenship: The Enigmatic Angela Davis as Case Study 4. Return to the Flesh: The Revolutionary Ideology behind the Poetry of Jayne Cortez 5. She Dreams a World: The Decolonized Text and the New World Order, Toni Cade Bambara's The Salt Eaters Coda: This Is Not Just about "Inward Navel-Gazing": Decolonizing My Own Mind as a Critical Stance Notes Bibliography Index

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Kimberly Nichele Brown is Associate Professor of English and Director of the Africana Studies Program at Texas A&M University.

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"The revolutionary divas in these works represent a response to the 'black woman as victim' argument that informs so much discussion of black women's subjectivity. [These] women writers emerge from the black folk experience not just as its representatives, but as an embodiment of its potential." Alice A. Deck, University of Illinois "Displays a richness and depth seldom seen in literary criticism these days." Carolyn Calloway-Thomas, Indiana University Bloomington

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