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Harlem Renaissance-opracowanie

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Harlem Renaissance the Harlem Renaissance (1919-1930s) a movement in African-American culture in the 1920s which began in the New York district of Harlem. Achievements were made in literature, music, art and the theatre. Among the writers involved were Countee

JAPANESE IMMIGRATION-opracowanie

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JAPANESE IMMIGRATION Parallels with Chinese Came to the US in 1860s 1870 - first Japanese in the US 1890 - over 2000 Japanese Duża część imigracji najpierw przybywała na Hawaje W Japoni wtedy, jeżeli byłeś synem posiadacza ziemi, on ją dziedziczył, jeżeli był młodszy syn, to nic nie miał, spos...

Key Facts-opracowanie

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  • American ethnic literature
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Key Facts full title  ·  Bless Me, Ultima author  ·  Rudolfo A. Anaya type of work  ·  Novel genre  ·  Bildungsroman (coming-of-age story); magical realism language  ·  English, with Spanish words and phrases throughout time and place written  ·  1960s, Albuquerque, New Mexico date of first pu...

Korean American Literature-opracowanie

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  • American ethnic literature
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Korean American Literature Theresa Hak Kyung Cha (1982) was an American novelist and artist most famous for her 1982 work, Dictee. She was born in Pusan, Korea during the Korean War. Her family eventually moved to the United States and settled in California. She received her B.A. and M.A. in Compar...

LeRoi Jones-opracowanie

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  • American ethnic literature
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LeRoi Jones - Amiri Baraka (born October 7, 1934), formerly known as, is an American writer of poetry, drama, fiction, essays, and music criticism. An often controversial figure, he is the author of numerous books of poetry and has taught at a number of universities, including the State University o...

Mulatto-opracowanie

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Mulatto” - Langston Hughes Topic recurrent in Hughes poety Speaker - the mulatto son speaking; his father white, mother - black woman - mixing races topic taboo but in the South common practice Relationship between a black woman and a white man - all things happen at night, under the cover of the...

Native American Literature-opracowanie

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Native American Literature Oral tradition History, its origins present in oral tradition. People didn't know writing, distributed One of the most important elements - how to translate oral tradition to writing Motif - words change reality Creation from the Bible - Bóg powiedział I stało się So d...

Oral tradition and oral literature-opracowanie

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Oral tradition and oral literature African American literature - oral tradition, oral form of stories distributed in America before they were brought to America Rabbit - stands for African American people, outsmart the smarter; the animal messages to trick this one more intelligent Plantation cul...

Recent African American fiction-opracowanie

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Recent African American fiction Toni Morrison (1931- ) a US woman writer, the first African American to win a Nobel Prize (in 1993). She studied at Harvard University and has taught there as well as at Princeton and Yale Universities. Her novels are mostly about African-American life in the southern...

Sweat By Hurston-opracowanie

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“Sweat" – by Zora Neale Hurston (published 1926)It was eleven o‟clock of a Spring night in Florida. It was Sunday. Any other night, Delia Jones would have been in bed for two hours by this time. But she was a washwoman, and Mon...