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  • Lauren S. Cardon
  • History
  • 2012
  • The white witch represents the white woman in the black imagination—the temptress in her manifold forms—a white Delilah, a watchful slave mistress, a white woman who pursues a black man yet criesContinue Reading
  • Lauren S. Cardon
  • Political Science
  • 2012
  • In Caucasia, Birdie learns about her father’s theory that “white people find their power in invisibility, while the rest of us remain bodies for them to study and watch” (72). Deck’s theory speaks toContinue Reading