Rewriting White: Race, Class, and Cultural Capital in Nineteenth-Century America by Todd Vogel

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Author
Todd Vogel
Publisher
Rutgers University Press
Date of release
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194
ISBN
9780813534312
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Hardcover
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What did it mean for people of colour to speak or writ white? More specifically, how many and what kinds of meaning could such white writing carry? This work looks at how America has racialized language and aesthetic achievement.


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