Rediscovering Frank Yerby Critical Essays / edited by Matthew Teutsch.
"The first book-length sounding of the major contributions of the first black American novelist to sell more than a million copies"--
University Press of Mississippi,
|Series:||Margaret Walker Alexander series in African American studies.
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- Focus on Yerby: transforming teaching and research at Paine College / Catherine L. Adams
- Circling the boundaries of the tradition: the strange case of Frank G. Yerby / Guirdex Masse
- Frank Yerby and his readers / Donna-lyn Washington
- "I ain't no man!": blackness, wartime masculinity, and the protest tradition in Frank Yerby's short fiction / Veronica T. Watson
- Overstuffed and undercooked: the film adaptation of Frank Yerby's The Foxes of Harrow / Matthew Teutsch
- Pirates of the Caribbean in Frank Yerby's The Golden Hawk / John Wharton Lowe
- Victim's guilt: Frank Yerby's Speak Now and the "politics" of miscegenation / Gene Andrew Jarrett
- Finding the "necessary anguish": Frank Yerby's "The Tents of Shem" / Stephanie Brown
- A Camus for the common folk: Yerby, religion, and existentialism / Anderson Rouse