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ERIC Number: EJ125267
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1975
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The Forms and Focus of Black Literature: 1746 - 1860
Fuller, Hoyt W.
Black Books Bulletin, 3, 3, 4-11, F 75
Asserting that the literature of a people grows organically out of their experiences, this discussion focuses successively on folk tales and folk sons, stated to be the most important of the earliest forms of black literature in America; the Spiritual, stated to be the Black literary form which has proven most enduring; black English; slave narratives; and poetry. (Author/JM)
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