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African and Afro-American Literature: Insights and Interpretations (Edited Book)

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African and Afro-American Literature: Insights and Interpretations


 K. V. Dominic


Authorspress, New Delhi 2012



Cultural Alienation and Depersonalization: A Study of Toni Morrison’s Tar Baby

–Mahboobeh Khaleghi

The “Cultural Exile” in Toni Morrison’s Tar Baby

–Ibrahim Sufyan Qasem

Mental Slavery in Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye

Roya Vakili

Racialized Aesthetic and Female Identity: Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye

–Mahboobeh Khaleghi

Societal  and Colour Prejudice” in Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye

–Farhana  Parveen

The Journey Within: A Reading of Toni Morrison’s Song of Solomon

–Ibrahim Sufyan Qasem

The Emergence of a Womanist Paradigm in Song of Solomon

-Doris Thomas

Crossing the Boundaries of Cultural Values: Sexuality in Toni Morrison’s Sula

–Mehaboobeh Khaleghi

SEXUAL POWER POLITICS: A Post-Modern Reading of Margaret Atwood’s The Edible Woman and Toni Morrison’s Sula

–W. S. Kottiswari

 African-American Identity in Toni Morrison’s Novels

–Roya Vakili

Agonized Mindscapes in J. M. Coetzee’s Disgrace


Racial Issues and Concerns: A Postcolonial Reading of J. M. Coetzee’s Disgrace

–S. Ambika

On Language, Writing, Community and Ngugi

–Sunil Sharma

Purgatory of Existence in the Turpitude of Sunk values in Wole Soyinka’s The Intrepreters

–Y. Vidya

The Dilemma of the Black Man in the Poetry of Derek Walcott

–Asha Viswas

Imagery in Derek Walcott’s The Prodigal

–Shrikrishan Rai

Fanon’s The Wretched of the Earth: A Saga of the Colonized

–K. V. Dominic

Authentic Decolonization and National Reconstruction: An Analysis of Frantz Fanon’s The Wretched of the Earth

–C. Rajan

Frantz Fanon’s Theories in the Indian Context

–Maya Kuriakose V


Maya Angelou’s Clarion Call to the Blacks in Her Poems “Million Man March Poem” and “Still I Rise”

–G. Dominic Savio & S. J. Kala

Postcolonial Writings and Transgression of Boundaries: Reading Caryl Phillips’s Crossing the River as a Dialogic Text

–Ayo Kehinde

Grotesquely Crooked: Gender and Race Burden in African-American Literature

–Eugene Ngezem

Myth as Archetype: A Critique of Ayi Kwei Armah’s The Healers

–Leelamma Mathew

Rhapsodic Assertions of the ‘Black Consciousness’ in African Poetry

–Raju George

“I would become Strong Enough to SPEAK”: Employing Words as Weapons: Protest in Black American Autobiographies

Vandana Pathak

History, Memory and the Poetic Imagination: Interrogating the “Civan” Metaphor in Joe Ushie’s Eclipse in Rwanda
–James Tar Tsaaior

Appraisal of Aderemi Raji-Oyelade and Oyeniyi Okunoye’s The Postcolonial Lamp: Essays in Honour of Dan Izevbaye
 –Ayo Kehinde

Identity as Cultural Resistance: A Critique of Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man

–Shaju N. O.

The Throes of Genocide: Halima Bashir’s Tears of the Desert

–Ladha Barathan

Between Ugly Faces and Innocence: Representation of the Black in Tom and Jerry cartoons

–Aju Aravind

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