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By Yogita Goyal

Romance, Diaspora, and Black Atlantic Literature deals a wealthy, interdisciplinary therapy of contemporary black literature and cultural background, displaying how debates over Africa within the works of significant black writers generated effective types for imagining political company. Yogita Goyal analyzes the tensions among romance and realism within the literature of the African diaspora, reading a remarkably various workforce of twentieth-century authors, together with W. E. B. Du Bois, Chinua Achebe, Richard Wright, Ama Ata Aidoo and Caryl Phillips. moving the heart of black diaspora experiences by way of contemplating Africa as constitutive of black modernity instead of its forgotten previous, Goyal argues that it really is during the determine of romance that the potential for diaspora is imagined throughout time and area. Drawing on literature, political background and postcolonial concept, this important addition to the cross-cultural learn of literatures should be of curiosity to students of African American reviews, African experiences and American literary studies.

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