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Race, Ethnicity and Post-Colonial Studies

1996

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Africana Women's Voices From The South: Focusing On Women's Issues Of The Past For Definition, Identification, And Clarification In The Presnet, Alvelyn J. Sanders May 1996

Africana Women's Voices From The South: Focusing On Women's Issues Of The Past For Definition, Identification, And Clarification In The Presnet, Alvelyn J. Sanders

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This study discussed the significant link between Anna Julia Cooper's A Voice from the South (1892) and the work of twentieth-century, black, Southern women writers through their exploration of specific issues, black feminist theory, and the conditions under which they were written.

This thesis was based on the premise that Cooper's text can provide clarification for contemporary black women's issues, show a continuum in the work of Southern writers, and prove that similar conditions exist today for black women as in the nineteenth century.

Chapter One defines some of the similar issues found in Cooper's work ...