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Black Writers, White Publishers: Marketplace Politics In Twentieth-century African American Literature - John K. Young
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Jean Toomer''s Cane was advertised as a book about Negroes by a Negro, despite his request not to promote the book along such racial lines. Nella Larsen switched the title of her second novel from Nig to Passing, because an editor felt the original title might be too inflammatory. In order to publish his first novel as a Book-of-the-Month Club main selection Richard Wright deleted a scene in Native Son depicting Bigger Thomas masturbating. Toni Morrison changed the last word of Beloved at her editor''s request and switched the title of Paradise from War to allay her publisher''s marketing concerns. Although many editors place demands on their authors, these examples invite special scholarly attention given the power imbalance between white editors and publishers and African American authors. Black Writers, White Publishers: Marketplace Politics in Twentieth-Century African American Literature examines the complex negotiations behind the production of African American literature. In chapters on Larsen''s Passing, Ishmael Reed''s Mumbo Jumbo, Gwendolyn Brooks''s Children Coming Home, Morrison''s Oprah''s Book Club selections, and Ralph Ellison''s Juneteenth, John K. Young presents the first book-length application of editorial theory to African American literature. Focusing on the manuscripts, drafts, book covers, colophons, and advertisements that trace book production, Young expands upon the concept of socialized authorship and demonstrates how the study of publishing history and practice and African American literary criticism enrich each other. John K. Young, Books, Fiction and Literature, Black Writers, White Publishers: Marketplace Politics In Twentieth-century African American Literature Books>Fiction and Literature, University Press of Mississippi

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: UNIV PR OF MISSISSIPPI], Black Writers, White Publishers: Marketplace Politics in Twentieth-Century African American Literature by John K. Young Jean Toomer's Cane was advertised as "a book about Negroes by a Negro," despite his request not to promote the book along such racial lines. Nella Larsen switched the title of her second novel from Nig to Passing, because an editor felt the original title "might be too inflammatory." In order to publish his first novel as a Book-of-the-Month Club main selection Richard Wright deleted a scene in Native Son depicting Bigger Thomas masturbating. Toni Morrison changed the last word of Beloved at her editor's request, and she switched the title of Paradise from War to allay her publisher's marketing concerns. Although many editors place demands on their authors, these examples invite special scholarly attention given the power imbalance between white editors and publishers and African American authors. Black Writers, White Publishers examines the complex negotiations behind the production of African American literature. In chapters on Larsen's Passing, Ishmael Reed's Mumbo Jumbo, Gwendolyn Brooks's Children Coming Home, Morrison's "Oprah's Book Club" selections, and Ralph Ellison's Juneteenth, John K. Young presents the first book-length application of editorial theory to African American literature. Focusing on the manuscripts, drafts, book covers, colophons, and advertisements that trace book production, Young expands upon the concept of socialized authorship and demonstrates how the study of publishing history and practice and African American literary criticism enrich each other. John K. Young is an associate professor of English at Marshall University. Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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[EAN: 9781604735482], Neubuch, [PU: Lean Marketing Press], BRAND NEW PRINT ON DEMAND., Black Writers, White Publishers: Marketplace Politics in Twentieth-Century African American Literature, John K. Young, Jean Toomer's "Cane" was advertised as "a book about Negroes by a Negro," despite his request not to promote the book along such racial lines. Nella Larsen switched the title of her second novel from "Nig" to "Passing," because an editor felt the original title "might be too inflammatory." In order to publish his first novel as a Book-of-the-Month Club main selection Richard Wright deleted a scene in "Native Son" depicting Bigger Thomas masturbating. Toni Morrison changed the last word of "Beloved" at her editor's request and switched the title of "Paradise" from "War" to allay her publisher's marketing concerns. Although many editors place demands on their authors, these examples invite special scholarly attention given the power imbalance between white editors and publishers and African American authors. "Black Writers, White Publishers: Marketplace Politics in Twentieth-Century African American Literature" examines the complex negotiations behind the production of African American literature. In chapters on Larsen's "Passing," Ishmael Reed's "Mumbo Jumbo," Gwendolyn Brooks's "Children Coming Home," Morrison's "Oprah's Book Club" selections, and Ralph Ellison's "Juneteenth," John K. Young presents the first book-length application of editorial theory to African American literature. Focusing on the manuscripts, drafts, book covers, colophons, and advertisements that trace book production, Young expands upon the concept of socialized authorship and demonstrates how the study of publishing history and practice and African American literary criticism enrich each other.

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University Press of Mississippi. Paperback. New. Paperback. 246 pages. Dimensions: 8.8in. x 5.9in. x 0.8in.Jean Toomers Cane was advertised as a book about Negroes by a Negro, despite his request not to promote the book along such racial lines. Nella Larsen switched the title of her second novel from Nig to Passing, because an editor felt the original title might be too inflammatory. In order to publish his first novel as a Book-of-the-Month Club main selection Richard Wright deleted a scene in Native Son depicting Bigger Thomas masturbating. Toni Morrison changed the last word of Beloved at her editors request and switched the title of Paradise from War to allay her publishers marketing concerns. Although many editors place demands on their authors, these examples invite special scholarly attention given the power imbalance between white editors and publishers and African American authors. Black Writers, White Publishers: Marketplace Politics in Twentieth-Century African American Literature examines the complex negotiations behind the production of African American literature. In chapters on Larsens Passing, Ishmael Reeds Mumbo Jumbo, Gwendolyn Brookss Children Coming Home, Morrisons Oprahs Book Club selections, and Ralph Ellisons Juneteenth, John K. Young presents the first book-length application of editorial theory to African American literature. Focusing on the manuscripts, drafts, book covers, colophons, and advertisements that trace book production, Young expands upon the concept of socialized authorship and demonstrates how the study of publishing history and practice and African American literary criticism enrich each other. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., University Press of Mississippi

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Black Writers, White Publishers: Marketplace Politics in Twentieth-Century African American Literature
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Young, John K.

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Black Writers, White Publishers: Marketplace Politics in Twentieth-Century African American Literature

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9781604735482

A thoughtful examination of rough drafts and marketing pressures that reveal conflicts and compromises between five great authors and their publishers

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781604735482
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1604735481
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Publishing year: 2010
Publisher: UNIV PR OF MISSISSIPPI
242 Pages
Weight: 0,358 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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