“This number of ten essays makes a persuasive case for a black Atlantic literary renaissance and its influence on modernist experiences. The chapters stretch and problem present canonical configurations of modernism in methods: via contemplating the centrality of black artists, writers and intellectuals as key actors and center presences within the improvement of a modernist avant-garde; and by means of interrogating ‘blackness’ as a classy and political type at severe moments throughout the 20th century. this is often the 1st book-length book to discover the time period ‘Afromodernisms’ and the 1st research to handle jointly the cognate fields of modernism and the black Atlantic.”
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