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Category: Non-Fiction
Pages: 200
ISBN: 0921284624
Location: CRRF
Year: 1992
N° catalog: BKS.H764.1992
Link: Link Web Access

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Review

In these twelve essays, feminist theorist and cultural critic bell hooks digs ever deeper into the personal and political consequences of contemporary representations of black women and men withinin our white supremacist culture. taking on popular music, advertising, literature, television, historical narrative, and, most importantly, film, hooks consistently demonstrates the incisive intelligence and passion for justice that prompted Publishers Weekly to dub her "one of the foremost black intellectuals in America today." 

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