Brown beauty : color, sex, and race from the Harlem Renaissance to World War II
- OCLC: on1045068801
- ISBN: 1479802085
- ISBN: 9781479802081
- ISBN: 1479875104
- ISBN: 9781479875108
- ISBN: 1479865494
- ISBN: 9781479865499
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- Published: New York :New York University Press,
- Publisher: New York : New York University Press, 
|Bibliography:|| Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Contents:|| Introduction -- Brown beginnings : imaging the new Negro woman in 1920s literary print culture -- Beautiful brown skin : advertising new Negro womanhood -- "Of the brown-skin type" : Madonnas, mulattas, and modern women in literary print culture -- "To a brown girl" : the Harlem Renaissance and the poetic discourse of brown -- Browning the dark princess : Asian Indian embodiment of new Negro -- Womanhood in Du Bois's fiction -- Sociological discourses on color, class, youth, and gender, from Depression to World War II -- Epilogue.
|Summary:|| "Laila Haidarali's "Brown Beauty: Color, Sex, and Race from the Harlem Renaissance to World War II" is a critical study of racial issues and specifically the meanings of the word "brown" when used as a reference to physical appearance of African American women during the time period from the Harlem Renaissance to World War II"-- Provided by publisher
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