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- DescriptionBeatrice of Bayou Teche is an 1895 novel by a white woman about a black woman artist-protagonist. As the introduction to this reprint edition shows, Alice Ilgenfritz Jones was the first white woman to take an extended interest in the intersection of creativity, race and gender.
- Author BiographyThomas H. Fick is professor of English at Southeastern Louisiana University and has published widely on American literature, including women s literature, African-American literature, and the racial literature of white Southern writers. Eva Gold is associate professor of English at Southeastern Louisiana University. A specialist in Renaissance non-dramatic literature, Gold has published articles on Spenser and, with Thomas Fick, several essays on American writers.
- Author(s)Alice Ilgenfritz Jones
- PublisherUniversity of Wisconsin Press
- Date of Publication15/10/1991
- GenreGeneral & Literary Fiction
- Place of PublicationBowling Green
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintBowling Green University Popular Press,US
- Introduction byThomas H. Fick,Eva (Associate Professor of English Gold
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