BLACK AMERICAN LITERATURE FORUM JOURNAL, WINTER 1985 (AAR)
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Terre Haute. Indiana State University. Vol. 14, No. 4, Winter 1985. Softcover. Condition: Near Fine with tanning and gentle wear over time. 175 pp.
Cover Photo by Ozier Muhammad.
From 1976-1992, 'Black American Literature Forum' was the working title of what is known today as the 'African American Review (AAR),' a publication of scholarly essays, interviews, and other writings on Black American literature, journalism, theatre, film, visual arts, and culture. This Winter 1985 issue exemplifies the publication's lasting rigor, relevance, and critical creativity––articles include "Sex, Violence, and Organic Consciousness in Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God"; "The Sociolinguistics of Underground Blues"; "Images of Men in Lorraine Hansberry's Writing"; and "Sadeanism: Baraka, Sexuality, and the Perverse Imagination in The System of Dante's Hell."