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Passing in the works of Charles W. Chesnutt

Passing in the works of Charles W. Chesnutt

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Published by University Press of Mississippi in Jackson .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chesnutt, Charles W. -- 1858-1932 -- Criticism and interpretation,
  • Passing (Identity) -- Fiction

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Susan Prothro Wright and Ernestine Pickens Glass.
    GenreFiction
    SeriesMargaret Walker Alexander series in African American studies
    ContributionsWright, Susan Prothro., Glass, Ernestine Pickens.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS1292.C6 Z8 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23235718M
    ISBN 109781604734164
    LC Control Number2009020701

    About Charles W. Chesnutt. Charles W. Chestnutt (–) was born in Cleveland, Ohio, where his family had moved from Fayettefille, North Carolina, to seek better economic opportunities. Shortly after the Civil War, they returned to Fayetteville, where Chesnutt spent most of his childhood and More about Charles W. Chesnutt. Biography of Charles Waddell Chesnutt, Chesnutt, Charles W. , Writer. Charles Waddell Chesnutt, an Afro-American man of letters, was born in Cleveland, Ohio, on 20 June , the son of free blacks who had emigrated from Fayetteville, N.C. The Representation of Tricksters in the Works of Charles W. Chesnutt Words 9 Pages Fraud, con-man, and hustler are all modern day terms to describe the age old character in African American literature known as the trickster. The stories in The Conjure Woman were Charles W. Chesnutt’s first great literary success, and since their initial publication in they have come to be seen as some of the most remarkable works of African American literature from the Emancipation through the Harlem Renaissance. Lesser known, though, is that the The Conjure Woman, as first published by Houghton Mifflin, was not wholly.


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Passing in the Works of Charles W. Chesnutt is a collection that reevaluates Chesnutt's deft manipulation of the "passing" theme to expand understanding of the. About Charles Chesnutt. Charles Chesnutt (–) was born in Cleveland, Ohio.

He drew on his experiences as a biracial American to address racial passing in his classic novel The House Behind the Cedars. Earning a living as a court stenographer and lawyer, Chesnutt supported a More about Charles Chesnutt.

The House Behind the Cedars is the first published novel by American author Charles W. was published in by Houghton, Mifflin and Company. The story occurs in the southern American states of North and South Carolina a few years following the American Civil War.

Growing up in Cleveland after the Civil War and during the brutal rollback of Reconstruction and the onset of Jim Crow, Charles W. Chesnutt could have passed as white but chose to identify himself as black. An intellectual and activist involved with the NAACP who engaged in debate with Booker T.

Washington and W. Du Bois, he wrote fiction and essays that addressed issues as various as. The work was poorly received both critically and commercially, and Chesnutt returned to stenography in order to pay the bills.

While he continued to write stories and books, including another ambitious novel entitled The Colonel’s Dream, Chesnutt focused much of his attention on social and political activity. Passing in the Works of Charles W.

Chesnutt is a collection that reevaluates Chesnutt's deft manipulation of the ""passing"" theme to expand understanding of the author's fiction and nonfiction. Nine contributors apply a variety of theories--including intertextual, signifying/discourse analysis, narratological, formal, psychoanalytical, new historical, reader response, and performative.

Passing in the works of Charles W. Chesnutt / edited by Susan Prothro Wright and Ernestine Pickens Glass. Other author/creator: Wright, Susan Prothro. Other author/creator: Glass, Ernestine Pickens. Format: Electronic and Book: Publication Info: Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, Description: xiii, p.

; 24 cm. Supplemental Content. CLEMSON — Susanna Ashton, chair of the English department at Clemson University, has received a national award for her recent book on Charles W.

Chesnutt. Chesnutt. This chapter focuses on Charles Chesnutt’s “The Passing of Grandison” and how it is not properly about “passing” as it was first used in the nineteenth century in the United States, that is, African Americans passing for white or crossing the “color line.” A complicated series of passing acts in this story allows the protagonist to free not only himself, but also his extended.Charles Waddell Chesnutt was an African American writer born on Jin Cleveland, Ohio.

The Chesnutt family soon moved to Oberlin, Ohio, where Charles's father may have participated in the Oberlin-Wellington Rescue Cases. Inthe Chesnutts returned to Cleveland.The Conjure Woman, the first collection of stories by Charles W. seven stories began appearing in magazines in and were first collected in a book in The narrator of The Conjure Woman is a white male Northerner living in the southern United States who passes along the stories told to him by ex-slave Julius McAdoo.

Unusual for dialect tales of the period, the stories give.