Black Scholar, The - Vol. 17 Number 2 March April 1986: Black Women Writers and the Diaspora

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The Black Scholar: Journal of Black Studies and Research.
Vol. 17 Number 2 March April 1986: 
Black Women Writers and the Diaspora

San Francisco: Black World Foundation, 1986.
Staple-bound softcover.
56 pages.

Near fine
but for faint rubbing and corner wear to covers. 

Featuring: 

Closing Address: The Black Woman Writer
and the Diaspora by Gloria T. Hull. 

Keynote Address: Sisterhood and Survival 
by Audre Lorde.

Black Women Heros: Heres Reality,
Wheres the Fiction? by Jewelle Gomez.

Black Women and the Science Fiction Genre:
Interview with Octavia Butler by Frances M. Beal. 

Ancient Properties in the New World:
The Paradox of the "Other" in Toni Morrison's
Tar Baby by Angelita Reyes. 

One Mother, Two Daughters:
The Afro-American and the Afro-Caribbean
Female Bildungsroman
by Geta Leseur. 

Feminist Perspectives in African Fiction:
Bessie Head and Buchi Emechta by Nancy Topping Bazin. 

A Question of Publishers and A Question of Audience by Faith Berry. 

The Black Scholar Book Reviews.

The Black Scholar Classified.