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Somebody else’s foremother: David Haynes and Zora Neale Hurston
“Their Eyes Were Watching God has constituted one of the most common sites for a contemporary, critical, and textual form of bonding among many African American women literary intellectuals. A number of contemporary black feminist writers and critics (Alice Walker, most famously) have dated their introduction and conversion to the study of African American women’s writing from their first encounter with Hurston’s novel. Their reading of the book, along with an account of the reading experience as personally and intellectually transformative, has provided them a means of self-definition as black feminist literary critics. These accounts often engage a rhetoric of possessives: The women possess, or are possessed by, Hurston and Their Eyes.”
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Daylanme K. English
From: African American Review Summer, 1999

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