ISBN 9789990876239
Pages 400
Dimensions 216 x 140 mm
Published 2004
Publisher Kachere Series, Malawi
Format Paperback


Black-White Love in Novels from the United States, Africa and the Caribbean

by Pia Thielmann

Inter-racial relationships may be complicated by social attitudes and mind-sets born in colonialism, slavery, or more modern, invidious European or African racism; or they may be challenged by differing expectations of cultural norms. Drawing on theories of black American cultural criticism, African nationalism and gender analysis, the critic Pia Thielmann, analyses a range of novels from three continents, which in different ways thematise the personal, cultural and social aspects of relationships, and which in a manner of respect, are deemed to be crossing social boundaries.

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About the Author

Pia Thielmann

Pia Thielmann is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of English at Chancellor College, University of Malawi. She holds a PhD and MA from the University of Kansas and a Magister Artium from the University of Hamburg, Germany.

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