|aJames Baldwin and Toni Morrison :|bcomparative critical and theoretical essays /|cedited by Lovalerie King and Lynn Orilla Scott.
|aNew York :|bPalgrave Macmillan,|c2006.
|aviii, 300 p. ;|c22 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|gIntroduction:|tBaldwin and Morrison in dialogue /|rLovalerie King --|tBaldwin's bop 'n' Morrison's mood: bebop and race in James Baldwin's Another country and Toni Morrison 's Jazz /|rAnna K歋rchy --|tRevising revision: methodologies of love, desire, and resistance in Beloved and If Beale Street could talk /|rMichelle H. Phillips --|tRevising the incest story: Toni Morrison's The bluest eye and James Baldwin's Just above my head /|rLynn Orilla Scott --|tWatchers watching watchers: positioning characters and readers in Baldwin's "Sonny blues" and Morrison 's "Recitatif" /|rTrudier Harris --|tPlaying a mean guitar: the legacy of Staggerlee in Baldwin and Morrison /|rD. Quentin Miller --|tRefiguring the flesh: the word, the body, and the rituals of being in Beloved and Go tell it on the mountain /|rCarol E. Henderson --|tResistance against racial, sexual, and social oppression in Go tell it on the mountain and Beloved /|rBabacar M'Baye --|tSecular word, sacred flesh: preachers in the fiction of Baldwin and Morrison /|rKeith Byerman --|tUnseen or unspeakable? Racial evidence in Baldwin's and Morrison's nonfiction /|rRichard Schur --|tThe art of whiteness in the nonfiction of James Baldwin and Toni Morrison /|rJonathan Mirin --|tThe evidence of things not seen: the alchemy of race and sexuality /|rE. Frances White --|tFemininity, abjection, and (Black) masculinity in James Baldwin's Giovanni's room and Toni Morrison's Beloved /|rKeith Mitchell.
|aBaldwin, James,|d1924-1987|xCriticism and interpretation.