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Race in Ralph Ellison's Invisible man

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Greenhaven Press,
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Addressing topics such as black nationalism, racism, and identity, Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man, first published in 1952, has become a primary text in the discussion of racial politics and black identity in America. This compelling edition examines Ellison's Invisible Man through the lens of race, providing readers with a series of essays that expand upon topics such as black radicalism, racial justice, and sexual taboo, as it relates to the novel. The text also features contemporary perspectives on race, urging readers to link the themes of the text to the issues of the present.
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Ellison, Ralph. -- Invisible man
Racism -- United States
Social problems in literature
title_display Race in Ralph Ellison's Invisible man
title_full Race in Ralph Ellison's Invisible man / Hayley Mitchell Haugen, book editor
Race in Ralph Ellison's Invisible man [electronic resource] / Hayley Mitchell Haugen, book editor
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Social problems in literature