Arms Akimbo: Africana Women in Contemporary Literature

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INDEX
Abel, Elizabeth60, 68
Abena ( I, Tituba, Black Witch of Salem) 196
"Abena et l'oiseau" (Akan tale) 231
Abrahams, Cecil160
Abrahams, Peter170, 175
Abrahams, Roger D.238
Abrams, Myer H.48, 57
Accra, Ghana94
Achebe, Chinua61
Acholonu, Catherine153, 160
Adaptive tasks of aging 37
Africana in scope 7
Africana Women's Studies Program5
African Child, The (Laye) 72
African woman exile 162
Afrofemcentric quilt 249
Afshar, Haleh69
Aidoo, Ama Ata93, 102, 219, 223-224, 229, 230, 237, 238
Aina,Tade Akin69
Aissatou ( So Long a Letter) 149, 150
Aja dance 152
Akan 165
Aku-nna ( The Bride Price) 148-154
Alexander ( Jane and Louisa Will Soon Come Home) 240
Ali ( Changes:A Love Story) 97, 225
All the Women are White, All the Blacks are Men, But Some of Us Are Brave: Black Women's Studies ( Hull, Bell Scott, and Smith) 3, 6
Allegra, Donna76, 82-83, 90
Ama Ata Aidoo ( Our Sister Killjoy) 162-75
Amaka ( One Is Enough) 59-67
Amanuensis 195
Andrews, William L.203
Angel176-85, 188
Angelou, Maya135
Annie John (Kincaid) 103, 115 n2
Anowa ( Aidoo) 92, 174 n2, 175, 230
Ansa, Tina McElroy136
Anthology of African Folklore, An (Jablow, 1962) 231
Antigua 104-5
Ar'n't I a Woman?: Female Slaves in the Plantation South (White) 17, 31
Arbor, Jane229
Archie ( Whole of a Morning Sky) 215
Ashcroft, Bill253
At the Bottom of the River ( Kincaid) 103, 115 n1
"At the Bottom of the River" (Kincaid) 104, 115 n1
Atlanta University5
Aunt Chloe ( Dessa Rose) 29
Bâ, Mariama147-51, 157, 159, 160
Baker, Jonathan69

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