|Henry B. Wonham Introduction1|
|Toni Morrison Unspeakable Things Unspoken: The Afro-American Presence in American Literature16|
|Eric Lott Mr. Clemens and Jim Crow: Twain, Race, and Blackface30|
|Peter Carafiol"Who I Was": Ethnic Identity and American Literary Ethnocentrism43|
|Ashraf H. A. Rushdy Reading Black, White, and Gray in 1968: The Origins of the Contemporary Narrativity of Slavery63|
|Jeffrey Steele The Politics of Mourning: Cultural Grief-Work from Frederick Douglass to Fanny Fern95|
|Dickson D. Bruce Jr. Black and White Voices in an Early African-American Colonization Narrative: Problems of Genre and Emergence112|
|Henry B. Wonham Howells, Du Bois, and the Effect of "Common-Sense": Race, Realism, and Nervousness in An Imperative Duty and The Souls of Black Folk126|
|Carla L. Peterson The Remaking of Americans: Gertrude Stein's "Melanctha" and African-American Musical Traditions140|
|Todd Vogel The Master's Tools Revisited: Foundation Work in Anna Julia Cooper158|
|Robert S. Levine The African-American Presence in Stowe's Dred171|
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Publication information: Book title: Criticism and the Color Line:Desegregating American Literary Studies. Contributors: Henry B. Wonham - Editor. Publisher: Rutgers University Press. Place of publication: New Brunswick, NJ. Publication year: 1996. Page number: vii.
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