One of those Fortuitous Endowments of the Gods': Black to White Passing in Late 19th- Early 20th-Century American Literature

Tuller, Alanna D.

The color line is defined by dominant white society as a clearly delineated and permanent divide between white and black Americans. This barrier is not meant to be crossed or passed and racial identities can exist on only one side of the line. The fact that the distinction between black and white exists at all presents a larger issue because it eliminates the possibility of the more f... read more

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