Playing in the Dark: Whiteness and the Literary Imagination Character Descriptions

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Toni Morrison

This person was inspired by reading The Words to Say It in 1983.

Ernest Hemingway

This is the author of To Have and Have Not and Garden of Eden, both of which are analyzed closely in this book.

Marie Cardinal

This is the author of The Words to Say It, an autobiographical novel about her battle with mental illness.

Edgar Allen Poe

This is the author of The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym, The Gold-Bug, and How to Write a Blackwood Article.

Henry James

This is the author of What Maisie Knew which uses the black woman to lubricate the plot and become the agency of moral choice and meaning.

Willa Cather

This is the author of Sapphira and the Slave Girl.

Writers

This group is described as being the most sensitive, most intellectually anarchic, most representative, most probing of artists.

William Dunbar

This person is mentioned...

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