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"... provides us with richly textured readings of important but shamefully understudied novels and also calls into question any tendency to dismiss the bulk of African American literature of 1960s as hamstrung by a naive or misguided nationalist impulse." - Prof. Richard Yarborough University of California at Los Angeles "... breaks away from the pitfalls of essentialism and reductionism that has plagued some of the existing approaches to these writers. Importantly, it also shows that even Baldwin, Smith, Yerby, Demby, Brown, and Williams were not free from stereotypical thinking about race and gender as they lived their lives as 'twentieth-century black American writers in European exile.'" - Prof. Magdalena J. Zaborowska University of Michigan"