'"An Imaginary Black Family": Jazz, Diaspora, and the Construction of Scottish Blackness in Jackie Kay's Trumpet.' Symbiosis, 8.2 (October 2004) 191202

Author: Jones, Carole

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Humanities-Ebooks, 2007 15 pages PDF file size (approx) 220 kb Permissions: printing allowed; copying disabled

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Our best-selling short essay was first published in Symbiosis: a Journal of Anglo-American Literary Relations
 
 

Essay Topics and Keywords:

Jazz; Diaspora; Scottish Blackness; Jackie Kay; Trumpet, Paul Gilroy, The Black Atlantic, Bessie Smith, LeRoi Jones, Blues People, Cross-dressing, Black British Identity, Black Diaspora, Transatlantic Influence, Queer Literature

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