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❮Download❯ ✤ Maternal Metaphors of Power in African American Women’s Literature From Phillis Wheatley to Toni Morrison Author Geneva Cobb Moore – Opel-rallye.de Geneva Cobb Moore deftly combines literature history criticism and theory in Maternal Metaphors of Power in African American Women's Literature by offering insight into the historical black experienceGeneva Cobb Moore deftly combines literature history criticism and theory in Maternal Metaphors of Power in African American Women's Literature by offering insight into the historical black experience from slavery to freedom as depicted in the literature of nine female writers across several centuriesMoore traces black women writers' creation of feminine and maternal metaphors of power in literature from the colonial era work of Phillis Wheatley to the postmodern work of Paule Marshall Alice Walker and Toni Morrison Th.

Rough their characters Moore shows how these writers re create the identity of black women and challenge existing rules shaping their subordinate status and behavior Drawing on feminist psychoanalytic and other social science theory Moore examines the maternal iconography and counter hegemonic narratives by which these writers responded to oppressive conventions of race gender and authorityMoore grounds her account in studies of Phillis Wheatley Harriet Jacobs Charlotte Forten Grimké Jessie Fauset Nella Larsen and Zor.

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