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ERIC Number: EJ176879
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1977
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The Little Man at Chehaw Station
Ellison, Ralph
American Scholar, 47, 1, 25-48, W 77/78
Discusses, with refreshing insight, the relationship of the artist in the United States with his audience. Based on the incongruities of race, economic status, and culture that constitutes the "hilarious American joke," the author, a successful writer and professor at New York University, learns that when one leasts expects it the most unlikely person will emerge to judge the artist's work. (RK)
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