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020    0472110349 
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035    (OCoLC)42786078|z(OCoLC)1022746595 
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050 00 PS153.N5|bN53 2000 
082 00 810.9/896073|221 
100 1  Nicholls, David,|d1965- 
245 10 Conjuring the folk :|bforms of modernity in African 
       America /|cDavid G. Nicholls 
260    Ann Arbor :|bUniversity of Michigan Press,|c2000 
300    xi, 180 pages :|billustrations ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 157-169) and 
505 0  Conjuring the folk -- Modernism and the spectral folk: 
       Jean Toomer's Cane -- Folklore and migrant labor: Zora 
       Neale Hurston's Mules and men -- The folk as alternative 
       modernity: Claude McKay's Banana bottom -- Rural modernity,
       migration, and the gender of autonomy: the novels of 
       George Wylie Henderson -- The folk, the race, and class 
       consciousness: Richard Wright's 12 million Black voices --
       Conclusion: local histories and world historical narrative
520 1  "In a series of revisionary readings, Nicholls studies how
       the folk is shaped by the ideology of form. He examines 
       the presence of a spectral folk in Toomer's modernist 
       pastiche, Cane, and explores how Hurston presents folklore
       as a contemporary language of resistance in her 
       ethnography, Mules and Men. In Claude McKay's naturalistic
       romance, Banana Bottom, Nicholls discovers the figuration 
       of an alternative modernity in the heroine's recovery of 
       her lost folk identity. He unearths the individualist 
       ethos of Booker T. Washington in two novels by George 
       Wylie Henderson and reveals how Richard Wright's photo-
       documentary history, 12 Million Black Voices, places the 
       folk in a Marxian narrative of modernization that is 
       moving toward class-consciousness."--Jacket 
650  0 American literature|xAfrican American authors|xHistory and
650  0 Literature and folklore|zUnited States|xHistory|y20th 
650  0 American literature|y20th century|xHistory and criticism 
650  0 African Americans|xIntellectual life|y20th century 
650  0 Modernism (Literature)|zUnited States 
650  0 African Americans in literature 
650  0 African Americans|xFolklore 
650  0 Folklore in literature 
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