Comments: Softcover. Good binding and cover. Shelfwear, pen markings.
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Publisher: Duke University Press
"Carolyn Cooperrs"s book is lively, stimulating, challenging, witty, and skillfully-written.Noises in the Bloodis the kind of text that a range of scholars and specialists and general readers in oral literature, cultural studies, African diaspora and Caribbean studies, popular culture, and cross-cultural literatures will find useful, helpful, and necessary."-Carole Boyce Davies, State University of New York, BinghamtonCooper, Carolyn is the author of 'Noises in the Blood Orality, Gender, and the "Vulgar" Body of Jamaican Popular Culture' with ISBN 9780822315957 and ISBN 0822315955.
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