Strategies of Visual Intervention: Langston Hughes and Uncle Tom's Cabin

Material TypeArticleLanguageEnglish
TitleStrategies of Visual Intervention: Langston Hughes and Uncle Tom's Cabin Author(S)Rebecca Peabody (Author)
Abstract  The article critiques the Great Illustrated Classics edition of the book "Uncle Tom's Cabin," by Harriet Beecher Stowe and the contributions to the edition by African American social activist Langston Hughes. The author comments on Hughes' analysis of the text in the context of 1950s U.S. and the Harlem Renaissance. Other topics explored include destabilizing coherence of characters, extra-textual notions of race, and discussing the role of authorship. ...Paginationp 169-191
SubjectLiteratureDescriptorsLiterature, Comparative
Journal TitleComparative Literature  
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