Black women subjects in auto/ biographical discourse

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Scafe, S (2016). Black women subjects in auto/ biographical discourse. in: Osborne, D (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to British Black and Asian Literature (1945-2010) Cambridge University Press. pp. 144-158
AuthorsScafe, S
EditorsOsborne, D
Abstract

This Companion explores race, politics, gender, sexuality, identity, amongst other key literary themes in Black and Asian British literature. It will serve as a key resource for scholars, graduates, teachers and students alike.

KeywordsLiterary Criticism
Page range144-158
Year2016
Book titleThe Cambridge Companion to British Black and Asian Literature (1945-2010)
PublisherCambridge University Press
ISBN9781316504802
Publication dates
Print14 Oct 2016
Publication process dates
Deposited04 Dec 2017
Accepted01 Jan 2016
Accepted author manuscript
License
CC BY 4.0
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