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The critical response to Ralph Ellison /

Other Authors: Butler, Robert, 1942-
Format: Book
Published: Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 2000.
Series:Critical responses in arts and letters ; no. 35
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300 |a xlv, 243 p. ;  |c 25 cm. 
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504 |a Includes bibliographical references (p. [227]-237) and index. 
505 0 0 |t Series Foreword /  |r Cameron Northouse --  |t Overview: A Conversation with Ralph Ellison --  |t Study and Experience: An Interview with Ralph Ellison /  |r Robert B. Stepto and Michael S. Harper --  |t Early Reviews of Invisible Man --  |t A Review of Invisible Man /  |r Orville Prescott --  |t A Negro in America /  |r Irving Howe --  |t Black and Blue: A Negro Celine /  |r William Barrett --  |t Man Underground /  |r Saul Bellow --  |t The Deep Pit /  |r Lloyd L. Brown --  |t A Novel Is a Novel /  |r Richard Chase --  |t Eccentric's Pilgrimage /  |r R. W. B. Lewis --  |t From Native Son to Invisible Man: A Review of the Literature of the Negro for 1952 /  |r Alain Locke --  |t Seminal Studies --  |t Ralph Ellison's Modern Version of Brer Bear and Brer Rabbit in Invisible Man /  |r Floyd R. Horowitz --  |t Ralph Ellison and the Afro-American Folk and Cultural Tradition /  |r George E. Kent --  |t Contemporary Readings of Invisible Man --  |t Luminosity from the Lower Frequencies /  |r Leon Forrest --  |t To Move Without Moving: An Analysis of Creativity and Commerce in Ralph Ellison's Trueblood Episode /  |r Houston A. Baker, Jr. --  |t Dante's Inferno and Ellison's Invisible Man: A Study in Literary Continuity /  |r Robert J. Butler --  |t Frequencies of Eloquence: The Performance and Composition of Invisible Man /  |r John F. Callahan --  |t He Speaks for Whom? Inscription and Reinscription of Women in Invisible Man and The Salt Eaters /  |r Anne Folwell Stanford --  |t Ellison's Short Fiction --  |t Ralph Ellison's "Flying Home" /  |r Joseph F. Trimmer --  |t In Need of Folk: The Alienated Protagonists of Ralph Ellison's Short Fiction /  |r Mary Ellen Doyle --  |t Ellison's "Black Eye": Transforming Pain into Vision /  |r Robert J. Butler --  |t Ellison's Non-Fiction --  |t The Wright Interpretation: Ralph Ellison and the Anxiety of Influence /  |r Joseph T. Skerrett, Jr. --  |t The Testament of Ralph Ellison /  |r John M. Reilly --  |t Ellison's Racial Variations on American Themes /  |r Kun Jong Lee --  |t Posthumous Assessments --  |t The Oklahoma Kid /  |r Stanley Crouch --  |t Frequencies of Memory: A Eulogy for Ralph Waldo Ellison /  |r John F. Callahan --  |t The Achievement of Ralph Ellison /  |r James W. Tuttleton --  |t Juneteenth: Ralph Ellison's National Narrative /  |r Robert J. Butler. 
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