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Traces the connection between slavery and the way in which black women fiction writers depict female characters and address gender issues, particularly maternity.
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Venetria K. Patton is Assistant Professor of English and African American Studies at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln.Review:
“Women in Chains establishes the liberational context of black women’s fiction through close and careful readings of archetypal text and through the application of sophisticated literary analysis grounded in the living legacy of our own ‘talking books.’ In this book, Patton walks a weary mile in the shoes of her chosen foremothers and finds her own place in the tradition.” ― Joanne M. Braxton, The College of William and Mary
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