Ralph Ellison; a collection of critical essays /
|Author / Creator:||Hersey, John, 1914-1993 comp.|
|Imprint:||Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice-Hall, |
|Description:||viii, 180 p. ; 21 cm.|
|Series:||Twentieth century views.|
A Spectrum book
|Subject:||Ellison, Ralph -- Criticism and interpretation.|
African Americans in literature.
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/38989|
Table of Contents:
- Introduction: "A completion of personality": a talk with Ralph Ellison
- "The cost of being human": Warren, R. P. The unity of experience. Bellow, S. Man underground. Chisolm, L. W. Signifying everything. Howe, I. Black boys and native sons. Hyman, S. E. Ralph Ellison in our time
- "Creating the uncreated features of his face": McPherson, J. A. Indivisible man
- "Who knows but that I speak for you?": Neal, L. Ellison's zoot suit. Tanner, T. The music of invisibility. Bone, R. Ralph Ellison and the uses of the imagination. Schafer, W. J. Ralph Ellison and the birth of the anti-hero. Vogler, T. A. Invisible man: somebody's protest novel. Rovit, E. H. Ralph Ellison and the American comic tradition. Kent, G. E. Ralph Ellison and the Afro-American folk and cultural tradition. Bennett, S. B. and Nichols, W. W. Violence in Afro-American fiction: an hypothesis
- Bibliography (p. 179-180)