Redefining African American Children’s Literature before 1900

  • Jill E. Silvius
Keywords: history, African American

Abstract

Review of:

Capshaw, Katharine, and Anna Mae Duane, editors. Who Writes for Black Children?: African American Children’s Literature before 1900. U of Minnesota P, 2017.

Author Biography

Jill E. Silvius

Jill E. Silvius began teaching literature and composition courses at East Stroudsburg University in fall 2009 after attending Indiana University of Pennsylvania for her Ph.D. Her scholarly interests include the intersections of gender and landscape, literature by British authors John Fowles and Julian Barnes, and narrative closure theory, especially endings. She has published in The ExplicatorMedieval Feminist Forum, and Victorian Newsletter, among other publications.

Published
2019-08-15
How to Cite
Silvius, J. (2019). Redefining African American Children’s Literature before 1900. Jeunesse: Young People, Texts, Cultures, 11(1), 184-191. Retrieved from https://jeunessejournal.ca/index.php/yptc/article/view/436
Section
Review Essays