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The desiring modes of being black : literature and critical theory / Jean-Paul Rocchi.
London ; New York : Rowman & Littlefield, 
xvi, 176 pages ; 24 cm.
Black people in literature
Race in literature
Desire in literature
Global critical Caribbean thought
"This book explores how contemporary black literature challenges theoretical approaches of race, gender and sexualities."--Publisher's description.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 153-171) and index.
Introduction: the desiring black subject as reading method
The other bites the dust: toward an epistemology of identity
The making of a man: a modernist etiology of identity masculinities: trauma, testimony, resistance
Dying metaphors and deadly fantasies: Freud, Baldwin, and the meta-psychoanalysis of race
Desire as "E mag e nation": South African Black consciousness and post-identity in Rozena Marrt's "No Rosa, No District Six"
"The substance of things hoped for": Melvin Dixon's Vanishing Rooms; or Racism intimately
Writing as I lay dying: AIDS literature and the h(a)unting of blackness
The word's image: self-portrait as a conscious lie.
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The desiring modes of being Black : literature and critical theory / Jean-Paul Rocchi.