This book looks at the influence of jazz on the development of African American modernist literature over the 20th century, with a particular attention to the social and aesthetic significance of stylistic changes in the music.
|Publication date:||9th June 2009|
|Author:||Michael (Texas Tech University, USA) Borshuk|
|Publisher:||Routledge an imprint of Taylor & Francis Ltd|
|Categories:||Literary studies: general,|
Michael Borshuk is Assistant Professor of African American literature in the department of English at Texas Tech University. He has published book chapters and critical articles on Josephine Baker, Langston Hughes, Ralph Ellison, William Carlos Williams and Mina Loy. He also writes on jazz regularly for Coda Magazine.More About Michael (Texas Tech University, USA) Borshuk