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The Resource Rewriting white : race, class, and cultural capital in nineteenth-century America, Todd Vogel

Rewriting white : race, class, and cultural capital in nineteenth-century America, Todd Vogel

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Rewriting white : race, class, and cultural capital in nineteenth-century America
Title
Rewriting white
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race, class, and cultural capital in nineteenth-century America
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Todd Vogel
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Re-writing white
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Language
eng
Summary
What did it mean for people of color in nineteenth-century America to speak or write & amp;ldquo;white & amp;rdquo;? More specifically, how many and what kinds of meaning could such & amp;ldquo;white & amp;rdquo; writing carry? In ReWriting White, Todd Vogel looks at how America has racialized language and aesthetic achievement. To make his point, he showcases the surprisingly complex interactions between four nineteenth-century writers of color and the & amp;ldquo;standard white English & amp;rdquo; they adapted for their own moral, political, and social ends. The African American, Native American, and Chinese Americ
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Literary form
non fiction
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Rewriting white : race, class, and cultural capital in nineteenth-century America, Todd Vogel
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Rewriting white : race, class, and cultural capital in nineteenth-century America, Todd Vogel
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt5hj5fg
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 171-185) and index
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online resource
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cr
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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text
Content type code
txt
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rdacontent
Contents
Speaking to the whiteness of the brain -- William Apess's theater and a "Native" American history -- Sharpening the pen : racial and aesthetic transformation -- Anna Julia Cooper and the Black orator -- Edith Eaton plays the Chinese water lily
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1 online resource (x, 194 pages)
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online
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9780813534312
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computer
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rdamedia
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illustrations
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