[SOLVED] Comparative Black Literature
1) Explore the complexities of the term, Black Literature, and discuss how they, critically, engage certain social experiences, literary traditions, canons, racial and cultural politics. SECTION B 2) With attention to each storys social milieu, examine the nuanced relationships between racism and gender politics in Going to Meet the Man and Sometimes, a Motherless Child. 3) Analyze, with focus on subtleties, the critical significance of gender, childhood, community, coming-of-age and unnamed protagonists in The Hammer Man, and No Beating Like Dis One. 4) Discuss how the narrative threads of Red Hot Peppers, with regard to forms of inequalities, violations, and resistance, pose questions about identities, gender, social and power relations.
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