Race and Prejudice in American Literature - Research Article from Literary Themes: Race and Prejudice

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Angelou, Maya, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, Bantam Books, 1993, originally published in 1969, pp. 93, 98.

Cather, Willa, O Pioneers!, Signet Classic, 1989, p. 50, originally published in 1913.

Cervantes, Lorna Dee, "Poem for the Young White Man who Asked Me How I, An Intelligent, Well-Read Person Could Believe in the War Between Races," in Vol. 2 of The Heath Anthology of American Literature, 2d ed., edited by Paul Lauter, D. C. Heath, 1994, pp. 3101-103, originally published in 1991.

Chopin, Kate, The Awakening, in Case Studies in Contemporary Criticism: Kate Chopin: The Awakening, edited by Nancy A. Walker, Bedford Books of St. Martin's Press, 1993, pp. 31, 136, originally published in 1899.

Dunn, Katherine, Geek Love, Vintage Books, 1983, p. 8.

Foer, Jonathan Safran, Everything is Illuminated, Perennial, 2002, p. 251.

Hawthorne, Nathaniel, The Scarlet Letter, Bantam Books, 1989, p. 233, originally published in 1850.

Houston, Jeanne Wakatsuki, and James D. Houston, Farewell to Manzanar, Dell Laurel-Leaf, 1995, pp. 16-17, originally published in 1973.

Hughes, Langston, "Will V-Day...

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