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Black Skin, The Queen's Masques: Africanist Ambivalence and Feminine Author(ity) in the Masques of Blackness and Beauty
  • B. Andrea
  • Art
    English Literary Renaissance
  • 1 March 1999
What is fascinating . . . is to observe how their [literary critics’] lavish exploration of literature manages not to see meaning in the thunderous, theatrical presence of black surrogacy-an
The Ghost of Leo Africanus from the English to the Irish Renaissance
At the close of a millennium marked by the homogenizing forces of global capitalism and the particularizing tendencies of essentialist dogma and sectarian violence, the francophone Lebanese
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