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ERIC Number: EJ133703
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Publication Date: 1975
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From Pastoralism to Industrial Antipathy in William Attaway's Blood on the Forge
Vaughan, Philip
Phylon, 36, 4, 422-425, Dec 75
Asserts that Blood on the Forge, published in 1941 by black novelist, William Attaway, represented a literary achievement in its own right, and at the same time realistically portrayed the transition of a people from a structured, authoritarian, rural existence to an industrialized urban frontier. Attaway rejected traditional forms of agrarianism and sounded the theme of alienation. (Author/JM)
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