Negro voices in American fiction. Hugh M. Gloster.

Negro voices in American fiction

Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 1948. xiv, 295p., first edition, slightly edge worn dj. African American educator and author.

Gloster created a social history to discuss African American authors "who, in literature as in life, are forced by environmental pressure to become race-conscious and to preoccupy themselves with the problems of adjustment to a resisting and sometimes antagonistic society" yet whose work remains "part and parcel of the main body of American authorship." - preface.

Cat.No: 9339

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