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Ralph Ellison and Kenneth Burke
Ralph Ellison and Kenneth Burke

Ralph Ellison and Kenneth Burke

At the Roots of the Racial Divide
Bryan Crable
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264 pages
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English
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Ralph Ellison and Kenneth Burke

At the Roots of the Racial Divide
Bryan Crable
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Focusing on their little known but important intellectual and personal friendship, Bryan Crable argues that the relationship between Ralph Ellison and Kenneth Burke was nonetheless a microcosm of the social division of white and black in American society. His specific attention to race and to Ellison's reciprocal influence on Burke make his book stand out from its competitors. Crable uses Ellison's nonfiction and Burke's rhetorical theory to articulate a new vocabulary of race and identity.

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Publisher
University of Virginia Press
Year
2011
ISBN
9780813932170
Topic
Literature
Subtopic
North American Literary Criticism

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