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Selected Bibliography on Charles W. Chesnutt

Andrews, William L. "A Reconsideration of Charles Waddell Chesnutt: Pioneer of the Color Line." College Language Association Journal 19 (1975): 136-51.

Andrews, William L. "'Baxter's Procrustes': Some More Light on the Biographical Connection." Black American Literature Forum 11 (1977): 75-78, 89.

Andrews, William L. "Charles Waddell Chesnutt: An Essay in Bibliography." Resources for American Literary Study 6 (1976): 3-22.

Andrews, William L. "The Significance of Charles W. Chesnutt's 'Conjure Stories.'" Southern Literary Journal 7.1 (1974): 78-99.

Andrews, William L. "William Dean Howells and Charles W. Chesnutt: Criticism and Race Fiction in the Age of Booker T. Washington." American Literature 48 (1976): 327-39.

Andrews, William L. "Chesnutt's Patesville: The Presence and Influence of the Past in The House Behind the Cedars." College Language Association Journal 15 (1972): 284-94.

Andrews, William L. (fwd.). The House Behind the Cedars. By Charles W. Chesnutt. Athens: U of Georgia P, 1988, 2000.

Andrews, William L. The Literary Career of Charles W. Chesnutt. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State UP, 1980.

Babb, Valerie. "Subversion and Repatriation in The Conjure Woman."The Southern Quarterly 25.2 (Winter 1987): 66-75.

Bauer, Margaret Donovan. "On Flags and Fraternities: Lessons in History in Charles Chesnutt's 'Po' Sandy'." Passing in the Works of Charles W. Chesnutt Eds. Wright, Susan Prothro and Ernestine Pickens Glass. Jackson, MS: UP of Mississippi, 2010. xiii, 132 pp. Print.

Baker, Barbara A. The Blues Aesthetic and the Making of American Identity in the Literature of the South. 3 New York, NY : Peter Lang, 2003.

Baker, Barbara A. "Jamming with Julius: Charles Chesnutt and the Post-Bellum- Pre-Harlem Blues." Post-Bellum, Pre-Harlem: African American Literature and Culture. Eds. Barbara McCaskill and Caroline Gebhard. New York: New York UP, 2006.133-45.

Baldwin, Richard E. "The Art of The Conjure Woman." American Literature 43 (1971): 385-98.

Belau, Linda, and Ed Cameron. "Charles W. Chesnutt, Jack Thorne and the African American Literary Response to the 1898 Wilmington Race Riot." Charles Chesnutt Reappraised: Essays on the First Major African American Fiction Writer. Eds. Izzo, David Garrett and Maria Orban. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2009. viii, 230 pp. Print.

Bender, Bert. "The Lyrical Short Fiction of Dunbar and Chesnutt. " A Singer in the Dawn: Reinterpretations of Paul Laurence Dunbar. Ed. Jay Martin. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1975. 208-22.

Bentley, Nancy. "The Strange Career of Love and Slavery: Chesnutt, Engels, Masoch." American Literary History 17.3 (2005): 460-85.

Birkle, Carmen. "'There Is Plenty of Room for Us All': Charles W. Chesnutt's America." Holding Their Own: Perspectives on the Multi-Ethnic Literatures of the United States. Eds. Dorothea Fischer-Hornung and Heike Raphael-Hernandez. Zaa Studies: Language Literature Culture Number: 10: Stauffenburg, Tübingen, Germany Pagination: 241-58, 2000. 352.

Bodie, Edward H., Jr. "Chesnutt's 'The Goophered Grapevine.'" Explicator 51.1 (Fall 1992): 28-29.

Bundrick, Christopher. "'I Shall Leave the Realm of Fiction': Conjure, Genre, and Passing in the Fiction of Charles W. Chesnutt." Charles Chesnutt Reappraised: Essays on the First Major African American Fiction Writer. Eds. Izzo, David Garrett and Maria Orban. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2009. viii, 230 pp. Print.

Britt, David D. "Chesnutt's Conjure Tales: What You See Is What You Get." College Language Association Journal 15 (1972): 269-83.

Brodhead, Richard. Cultures of Letters.

Burnette, R. V. "Charles W. Chesnutt's The Conjure Woman Revisited." College Language Association Journal 30.4 (1987 June): 438-453.

Bryant, Earle V. "Blue Veins and Black Bigotry: Colorism as Moral Evil in Charles Chesnutt's 'a Matter of Principle'." American Literary Realism 34.1 (2001): 73-80.

Bryant, Earle V. "Scriptural Allusion and Metaphorical Marriage in Charles Chesnutt's 'the Wife of His Youth'." American Literary Realism 33.1 (2000): 57-64.

Bryant, Earle V. "Charles Chesnutt's Southern Black Jew: Rena Walden's Masquerade in the House Behind the Cedars." American Literary Realism 31.2 (1999): 15-21.

Byerman, Keith. "Black Voices, White Stories: An Intertextual Analysis of Thomas Nelson Page and Charles Waddell Chesnutt." North Carolina Literary Review 8 (1999): 98-105.

---. "Performing Race: Mixed-Race Characters in the Novels of Charles Chesnutt." Passing in the Works of Charles W. Chesnutt Eds. Wright, Susan Prothro and Ernestine Pickens Glass. Jackson, MS: UP of Mississippi, 2010. xiii, 132 pp. Print.

Caccavari, Peter. "A Trick of Meditation: Charles Chesnutt's Conflicted Literary Relationship with Albion Tourgee." Mishkin, Tracy (ed.). Literary Influence and African-American Writers. New York: Garland, 1996. 129-53.

Callahan, Cynthia A. "The Confounding Problem of Race: Passing and Adoption in Charles Chesnutt's the Quarry." MFS: Modern Fiction Studies 48.2 (2002): 314-.

Carmean, Karen. "Charles Chesnutt: Crossing the Colour Line." Canadian Review of American Studies/Revue Canadienne d'Etudes Americaines 25.2 (1995 Spring): 95-101.

Cash, Wiley. "The Colonel's Dream Deferred: A Reconsideration of Chesnutt's Liberal Racist." American Literary Realism 37.1 (2004): 24-36.

---. "'Those Folks Downstairs Believe in Ghosts': The Eradication of Folklore in the Literature of Charles W. Chesnutt." CLA Journal 49.2 (2005): 184-204. Rpt. in Charles Chesnutt Reappraised: Essays on the First Major African American Fiction Writer. Eds. Izzo, David Garrett and Maria Orban. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2009. viii, 230 pp. Print.

Chametzky, Jules. "Regional Literature and Ethnic Realities." Antioch Review 31 (1971): 385-96.

Chesnutt, Charles Waddell. The Conjure Woman. Boston, New York,: Houghton Mifflin, 1899.

Chesnutt, Charles Waddell. The Conjure Woman, and Other Conjure Tales. Ed.  Richard H. Brodhead. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1993.

Chesnutt, Charles Waddell. The Colonel's Dream. New York,: Doubleday Page & Company, 1905.

Chesnutt, Charles Waddell. Frederick Douglass. The Beacon biographies of eminent Americans; ed. by M. A. de Wolfe Howe. Boston,: Small Maynard, 1899.

Chesnutt, Charles Waddell. The House Behind the Cedars. Nineteenth century American literature. Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1900.

Chesnutt, Charles Waddell. The Marrow of Tradition. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1901.

Chesnutt, Charles Waddell. Paul Marchand, F.M.C. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 1998.

Chesnutt, Charles Waddell. Paul Marchand, F.M.C. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1999.

Chesnutt, Charles Waddell. The Short Fiction of Charles W. Chesnutt. Ed. Sylvia Lyons Render Washington,: Howard University Press, 1974.

Chesnutt, Charles Waddell. The Wife of his Youth, and Other Stories of the Color Line. Boston, New York,: Houghton Mifflin and Company, 1899.

Chesnutt, Charles W. "To Be an Author": Letters Of Charles W. Chesnutt, 1889-1905. Ed. Joseph R. McElrath, Jr. and Robert C. Leitz. Princeton: Princeton U P, 1997.

Chesnutt, Charles Waddell.  The Journals of Charles W. Chesnutt. Ed. Richard H. Brodhead.Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1993.

Chesnutt, Charles Waddell.  Mandy Oxendine: A Novel. Ed. Charles Hackenberry. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1997.

Chesnutt, Helen M. Charles Waddell Chesnutt, Pioneer of the Color Line. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1952.

Chesnutt, Charles W. "What Is a White Man?" Interracialism: Black-White Intermarriage in American History, Literature, and Law. Ed. Werner Sollors. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2000. 37-42.

Church, Joseph. "In Black and White: The Reader's Part in Chesnutt's 'Gray Wolf's Ha'nt'." American Transcendental Quarterly 13.2 (1999): 121-36.

Coleman, Arvis Renette. "The West African Trickster Tradition and the Fiction of Charles W. Chesnutt." Dissertation Abstracts International (DAI), Ann Arbor, MI. 56.8, 1996 Feb.

Condit, John H. "Pulling a Chesnutt Out of the Fire: 'Hot-Foot Hannibal.'" College Language Association Journal 30.4, 1987 June 428-437.

Cowan, Tynes. "Charles Waddell Chesnutt and Joel Chandler Harris: An Anxiety of Influence." Resources for American Literary Study 25.2 (1999): 232-53.

Creekmur, Corey K. "Telling White Lies: Oscar Micheaux and Charles W. Chesnutt." Oscar Micheaux and His Circle: African-American Filmmaking and Race Cinema of the Silent Era. Eds. Pearl Bowser, Jane Gaines and Charles Musser: Bloomington, IN: Indiana UP, 2001. 147-58.

Crisler, Jesse. "W. D. Howells and Race: Charles W. Chesnutt's Disappointment with the Dean." Nineteenth-Century Literature 51.4 (March 1997): 474-99.

Crisler, Jesse S., Robert C. Leitz, III, and Joseph R. McElrath, Jr. An Exemplarly Citizen: Letters of Charles W. Chesnutt, 1906- 1932. Stanford, CA : Stanford UP, 2002.

Cutter, Martha J. "Passing as Narrative and Textual Strategy in Charles Chesnutt's 'the Passing of Grandison'." Passing in the Works of Charles W. Chesnutt Eds. Wright, Susan Prothro and Ernestine Pickens Glass. Jackson, MS: UP of Mississippi, 2010. xiii, 132 pp. Print.

Daniels, Jean. "The African American Tradition of Resistance in the Marrow of Tradition." Literary Griot: International Journal of Black Expressive Cultural Studies 14.1-2 (2002): 124-38.

Daniels, Lenore Jean. "Echoes of the African Caribbean Revolution in the Marrow of Tradition." Griot: Official Journal of the Southern Conference on Afro- American Studies, Inc. 20.2 (2001): 1-7.

Dawkins, Laura. "Her Mammy's Daughter: Symbolic Matricide and Racial Constructions of Motherhood in Charles W. Chesnutt's 'Her Virginia Mammy'." 49th Parallel: An Interdisciplinary Journal of North American Studies 16 (2005).

Delmar, P. Jay. "Charles W. Chesnutt's 'The Web of Circumstance' and Richard Wright's 'Long Black Song': The Tragedy of Property." Studies in Short Fiction 17 (1980): 178-79.

Delmar, P. Jay. "Elements of Tragedy in Charles W. Chesnutt's The Conjure Woman." College Language Association Journal 23 (1980): 451-59.

De Santis, Christopher C. "The Dangerous Marrow of Southern Tradition: Charles W. Chesnutt, Paul Laurence Dunbar, and the Paternalist Ethos at the Turn of the Century." Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the Arts in the South 38.2 (2000): 79-97.

Dixon, Melvin. "The Teller as Folk Trickster in Chesnutt's The Conjure Woman." College Language Association Journal 18 (1974): 186-97.

Elder, Arlene A. "Chesnutt on Washington: An Essential Ambivalence." Phylon: The Atlanta University Review of Race and Culture 38, 1977: 1-8.

Ellison, Curtis W.; Metcalf, E. W., Jr. Charles W. Chesnutt: A Reference Guide. Boston: Hall, 1977.

Farnsworth, Robert M. "Charles Chesnutt and the Color Line." Pref. by Harry T. Moore. Hoyt, Charles A.; Moore, Harry T. Minor American Novelists. Carbondale: So. Ill. U.P, 1971. 28-40.

Ferguson, SallyAnn H "'Frank Fowler': A Chestnut Racial Pun." South Atlantic Review 50.2, 1985: 46-53.

Ferguson, Sally Ann H. "Chesnutt's 'The Conjurer's Revenge': The Economics of Direct Confrontation." Obsidian 7.2-3 (Summer-Winter 1981): 37-42.

Ferguson, SallyAnn H. "Signifying the Other: Chesnutt's 'Methods of Teaching'." Passing in the Works of Charles W. Chesnutt Eds. Wright, Susan Prothro and Ernestine Pickens Glass. Jackson, MS: UP of Mississippi, 2010. xiii, 132 pp. Print.

Fienberg, Lorne Charles W. "Chesnutt and Uncle Julius: Black Storytellers at the Crossroads." Studies in American Fiction 15.2 (1987): 161-173.

Fienberg, Lorne. "Charles W. Chesnutt's The Wife of His Youth: The Unveiling of the Black Storyteller."American Transcendental Quarterly 4.3 (Sept. 1990).

Filetti, Jean Smith. "Chesnutt's 'The Goophered Grapevine.'" Explicator 48.3 (Spring 1990): 201-203.

Finseth, Ian. "How Shall the Truth Be Told? Language and Race in the Marrow of Tradition." American Literary Realism 31.3 (1999): 1-20.

Fleischmann, Anne. "Neither Fish, Flesh, nor Fowl: Race and Region in the Writings of Charles W. Chesnutt." African American Review 34.3 (2000): 461-73.

Fossett, Judith Jackson. "The Civil War Imaginations of Thomas Dixon and Charles Chesnutt: Or, North Carolina, 'This Strange World of Poisoned Air'." North Carolina Literary Review 8 (1999): 107-20.

Fraiman, Susan. "Mother-Daughter Romance in Charles W. Chesnutt's 'Her Virginia Mammy.'" Studies  in Short Fiction 22.4 (1985): 443-448.

Genre, Christopher D. "Racial Identity in Paul Marchand, F. M. C.: The Law and Society." Xavier Review 22.1 (2002): 57-67.

George, Marjorie; Pressman, Richard S. Confronting the Shadow: Psycho-Political Repression in Chesnutt's The Marrow of Tradition." Phylon: A Review of Race and Culture 48.4 (Winter 1987): 287-298.

Gibson, Donald B. "A Question of Passing or a Question of Conscience: Toward Resolving the Ending of Mandy Oxendine." Passing in the Works of Charles W. Chesnutt Eds. Wright, Susan Prothro and Ernestine Pickens Glass. Jackson, MS: UP of Mississippi, 2010. xiii, 132 pp. Print.

Gibson, Scott Thomas. "'They Were All Colored to the Life': Historicizing 'Whiteness' in Evelyn's Husband." Passing in the Works of Charles W. Chesnutt Eds. Wright, Susan Prothro and Ernestine Pickens Glass. Jackson, MS: UP of Mississippi, 2010. xiii, 132 pp. Print.

Gidden, Nancy Ann 'The Gray Wolf's Ha'nt': Charles W. Chesnutt's Instructive Failure." College Language Association Journal 27.4, 1984 June 406-410.

Giles, James R. "Chesnutt's Primus and Annie: A Contemporary View of The Conjure Woman." Markham Review 3 (1972): 46-49.

Giles, James R.; Lally, Thomas P. Allegory in Chesnutt's Marrow of Tradition 1984 JGE: The Journal of General Education 35.4, 1984 259-269.

Gillman, Susan. "Micheaux's Chesnutt." PMLA: Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 114.5 (1999): 1080-88.

Gleason, William."Voices at the Nadir: Charles Chesnutt and David Bryant Fulton." American Literary Realism 24.3 (1992 Spring): 22-41.

Gleason, William. "Chesnutt's Piazza Tales: Architecture, Race, and Memory in the Conjure Stories." American Quarterly 51.1 (1999): 33-77.

Goldner, Ellen J. "(Re)Staging Colonial Encounters: Chesnutt's Critique of Imperialism in the Conjure Woman." Studies in American Fiction 28.1 (2000): 39-.

Goldner, Ellen J. "Other(Ed) Ghosts: Gothicism and the Bonds of Reason in Melville, Chesnutt, and Morrison." Melus 24.1 (1999): 59-83.

Hackenberry, Charles. "Chesnutt's Forgotten Story." Lives out of Letters: Essays on American Literary Biography and Documentation. Eds. Robert D. Habich and Joel Myerson. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 2004. 225-35.

Hackenberry, Charles. "Meaning and Models: The Uses of Characterization in Chesnutt's The Marrow of Tradition and Mandy Oxendine." American Literary Realism 17.2 (Autumn1984): 193-202.

Hardwig, Bill. "Who Owns the Whip?: Chesnutt, Tourgée, and Reconstruction Justice." African American Review 36.1 (2002): 5-20.

Harrell, Willie J. "'The Fruit of My Own Imagination': Charles W. Chesnutt's the Marrow of Tradition in the Age of Realism." Charles Chesnutt Reappraised: Essays on the First Major African American Fiction Writer. Eds. Izzo, David Garrett and Maria Orban. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2009. viii, 230 pp. Print.

Harris, Trudier. "Chesnutt's Frank Fowler: A Failure of Purpose?" College Language Association Journal 22 (1979): 215-28.

Hathaway, Heather. "'Maybe Freedom Lies in Hating': Miscegenation and the Oedipal Conflict.'" Yaeger, Patricia (ed.); Kowaleski-Wallace, Beth (ed.); Miller, Nancy (afterword). Refiguring the Father: New Feminist Readings of Patriarchy. Carbondale: U of Illinois P, 1989. 153-167.

Hattenhauer, Darryl. "Racial and Textual Miscegenation in Chesnutt's The House Behind the Cedars." Mississippi Quarterly 47.1 (Winter 1993-1994): 26-45.

Hattenhauer, Darryl. "Racial and Textual Miscegenation in Chesnutt's The House Behind the Cedars Mississippi Quarterly 47.1 (Winter 1993-4): 26-45.

Hedges, James S. "The Mole on the Neck: Two Instances of a Folk Belief in Fiction." North Carolina Folklore Journal 31.1, 1983 Spring-Summer 43-45.

Heermance, J. Noel. Charles W. Chesnutt: America's First Great Black Novelist. Hamden, Conn.: Archon, 1974.

Hemenway, Robert. "'Baxter's Procrustes': Irony and Protest." College Language Association Journal 18 (1974): 172-85.

Hemenway, Robert. "The Functions of Folklore in Charles Chesnutt's The Conjure Woman." Journal of the Folklore Institute 13 (1986): 283-309.

Hovet, Theodore R. "Chesnutt's 'The Goophered Grapevine' as Social Criticism." Negro American Literature Forum 7 (1973): 86-88.

Hurd, Myles Raymond. "Booker T., Blacks, and Brogues: Chesnutt's Sociohistorical Links to Realism in 'Uncle Wellington's Wives.'" American Literary Realism 26.2 (1994 Winter):19-29.

Hurd, Myles Raymond. "Booker T., Blacks, and Brogues: Chesnutt's Sociohistorical Links to Realism in 'Uncle Wellington's Wives.'" American Literary Realism 26.2 (Winter 1994):19-29.

Hurd, Myles Raymond. "Step by Step: Codification and Construction in Chesnutt's 'The Passing of Grandison.'" Obsidian II: Black Literature in Review 4.3 (1989 Winter): 78-90.

Izzo, David Garrett, and Maria Orban. Charles Chesnutt Reappraised : Essays on the First Major African American Fiction Writer. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co., 2009. Print.

Jackson, Cassandra. "'I Will Gladly Share with Them My Richer Heritage': Schoolteachers in Frances E. W. Harper's Iola Leroy and Charles Chesnutt's Mandy Oxendine." African American Review 37.4 (2003): 553-68.

Japtok, Martin. "'the Gospel of Whiteness': Whiteness in African American Literature." Amerikastudien/American Studies 49.4 (2004): 483-98.

Johanningsmeier, Charles. "What We Can Learn from a Better Bibliographical Record of Charles W. Chesnutt's Periodical Fiction." North Carolina Literary Review,no. 8 (1999): 84-96.  

Kawash, Samira. Dislocating the Color Line : Identity, Hybridity, and Singularity in African-American narrative. Mestizo spaces = Espaces métissés. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 1997.

Keely, Karen A. "Marriage Plots and National Reunion: The Trope of Romantic Reconciliation in Postbellum Literature." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures 51.4 (1998): 621-48.

Keller, Dean H. "Charles W. Chesnutt and the Ohio Stenographers' Association." American Notes and Queries 18 (1979): 56-58.

Kinnamon, Keneth. "Three Black Writers and the Anthologized Canon." Quirk, Tom (ed.); Scharnhorst, Gary (ed.). American Realism and the Canon. Newark: U of Delaware P, 1994. 143-53.

Kirkpatrick, Kim. "Reading the Transgressive Body: Phenomenology in the Stories of Charles W. Chesnutt." Charles Chesnutt Reappraised: Essays on the First Major African American Fiction Writer. Eds. Izzo, David Garrett and Maria Orban. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2009. viii, 230 pp. Print.

Knadler, Stephen P. "Untragic Mulatto: Charles Chesnutt and the Discourse of Whiteness." American Literary History 8.3 (Fall1996): 426-48.

Kulii, Elon A. "Poetic License and Chesnutt's Use of Folklore." College Language Association Journal 38.2 (Dec 1994): 247-53.

Lowe, John. "Reconstruction Revisited: Plantation School Writers, Postcolonial Theory, and Confederates in Brazil." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures 57.1 (2003): 5-26.

Lutes, Jean Marie. "Lynching Coverage and the American Reporter-Novelist." American Literary History 19.2 (2007): 456-.

Mackethan, Lucinda H. "Plantation Fiction, 1865-1900." Rubin, Louis D., Jr. (ed. & introd.); Jackson, Blyden (ed.) Rayburn, S. Moore (ed.); Simpson, Lewis P. (ed.); Young, Thomas Daniel (ed.). The History of Southern Literature. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State UP, 1985. 209-218.

Margolis, Stacey. The Public Life of Privacy in Nineteenth-Century American Literature. Durham, NC : Duke UP, 2005.

Martin, Matthew R. "The Two-Faced New South: The Plantation Tales of Thomas Nelson Page and Charles W. Chesnutt." Southern Literary Journal 30.2 (1998): 17-36.

Mason, Julian D., Jr. "Charles W. Chesnutt as Southern Author." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture 20 (1967): 77-89.

Mathewson, Gwen. "Challenging the Court: Charles Chesnutt's Marrow of Tradition." Literature and Law. Ed. Michael J. Meyer. Rodopi Perspectives on Modern Literature (Rpml) Number: 30: Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2004. 219-40.

McFatter, Susan. "From Revenge to Resolution: The (R)Evolution of Female Characters in Chesnutt's Fiction." CLA Journal 42.2 (1998): 194-211.

McElrath, Joseph R., Jr. "W. D. Howells and Race: Charles W. Chesnutt's Disappointment of the Dean." Nineteenth-Century Literature 51.4 (1997): 474-99.

McElrath, Joseph R., Jr. "Why Charles W. Chesnutt Is Not a Realist." American Literary Realism 32.2 (2000): 91-.

McElrath, Joseph R., Jr., and Robert C. Leitz, III. 'to Be an Author': Letters of Charles W. Chesnutt, 1889-1905. Princeton, NJ : Princeton UP, 1997.

McElrath, Joseph R., Jr., Robert C. Leitz, III, and Jesse S. Crisler. Charles W. Chesnutt: Essays and Speeches. Stanford, CA : Stanford UP, 1999.

McGowan, Todd. "Acting without the Father: Charles Chesnutt's New Aristocrat." American Literary Realism 30.1 (Fall 1997):  59-74.

McKnight, Maureen. "'Scarcely in the Twilight of Liberty': Emphatic Unsettlement in Charles Chesnutt's the Conjure Woman." Iowa Journal of Cultural Studies 5 (2004): 59-76.

McWilliams, Dean. Charles W. Chesnutt and the Fictions of Race. Athens, GA : U of Georgia P, 2002.

Meer, Sarah. "The Passing of Charles Chesnutt: Mining the White Tradition." Wasafiri: Journal of Caribbean, African, Asian and Associated Literatures and Film 27 (1998): 5-10.

Michaels, Walter Benn. "Plots against America: Neoliberalism and Antiracism." American Literary History 18.2 (2006): 288-.

Minnick, Lisa Cohen. Dialect and Dichotomy: Literary Representations of African American Speech. Tuscaloosa, AL: U of Alabama P, 2004.

Moddelmog, William E. "Lawful Entitlements: Chesnutt's Fictions of Ownership." Texas Studies in Literature and Language 41.1 (1999): 47-69.

Mohr, Janet. "Charles Chesnutt's Women." CLA Journal 49.4 (2006): 423-45.

Molyneaux, Sandra. "Expanding the Collective Memory: Charles W. Chesnutt's The Conjure Woman Tales." Singh, Amritjit (ed.); Skerrett, Joseph T., Jr. (ed.); Hogan, Robert E. (ed.). Memory, Narrative, and Identity: New Essays in Ethnic American Literatures. Boston: Northeastern UP, 1994.164-78.

Mondie, Levita. "Mfinda-Beyond an Ecocritical Discourse in the African American Literary Tradition: The Case of Charles Chesnutt's the Conjure Woman." In Process: A Journal of African American and African Diasporan Literature and Culture 2 (2000): 155-.

Myers, Jeffrey. "Other Nature: Resistance to Ecological Hegemony in Charles W. Chesnutt's the Conjure Woman." African American Review 37.1 (2003): 5-20.

Najmi, Samina. "Janet, Polly, and Olivia: Constructs of Blackness and White Femininity in Charles Chesnutt's the Marrow of Tradition." Southern Literary Journal 32.1 (1999): 1-19.

Nowatzki, Robert. "'Sublime Patriots': Black Masculinity in Three African- American Novels." Journal of Men's Studies: A Scholarly Journal about Men and Masculinities 8.1 (1999): 59-72.

Nyquist, Mary (ed.); Ferguson, Margaret W. (ed.). Re-Membering Milton: Essays on the Texts and Traditions. New York: Methuen, 1987. 278-300.

Ogunyemi, Chikwenye Okonjo. "The Africanness of The Conjure Woman and Feather Woman of the Jungle." Ariel 8.2, 1977: 17-30."

Patton, Richard J. "Studyin' 'bout Ole Julius: A Note on Charles W. Chesnutt's Uncle Julius McAdoo." American Literary Realism 24.3, 1992 Spring 72-79

Patton, Richard J. "Studyin' 'bout Ole Julius: A Note on Charles W. Chesnutt's Uncle Julius McAdoo." American Literary Realism 24.3 (Spring 1992): 72-79

Peterson, Carla L. "Commemorative Ceremonies and Invented Traditions: History, Memory, and Modernity in the 'New Negro' Novel of the Nadir." Post-Bellum, Pre-Harlem: African American Literature and Culture. Eds. Barbara McCaskill and Caroline Gebhard. New York: New York UP, 2006.34-56.

Pettis, Joyce. "The Marrow of Tradition: Charles Chesnutt's Novel of the South." North Carolina Literary Review 2.1 (Spring 1994):108-18.

Petrie, Paul R. "Charles W. Chesnutt, the Conjure Woman, and the Racial Limits of Literary Meditation." Studies in American Fiction 27.2 (1999): 183-.

Petrie, Paul R. Conscience and Purpose: Fiction and Social Consciousness in Howells, Jewett, Chesnutt, and Cather. Tuscaloosa, AL : U of Alabama P, 2005.

Pickens, Ernestine Williams. Charles W. Chesnutt and the Progressive Movement. New York: Pace University Press, 1994.

Posnock, Ross. "How It Feels to Be a Problem: Du Bois, Fanon, and the 'Impossible Life' of the Black Intellectual." Critical Inquiry 23.2 (1997): 323-49.

Prescott, Jeryl Jenifer. "Imperfect Gentlemen and Non-True Women: Racism, Classism, and Nineteenth-Century Gender Ideals in Novels by Henry James, William Dean Howells, and Charles Chesnutt." Dissertation Abstracts International (DAI), Ann Arbor, MI: 57.3, 1996 Sept DAI No: DA9622258.

Price, Kenneth M. "Charles Chesnutt, the Atlantic Monthly, and the Intersection of African-American Fiction and Elite Culture." Price, Kenneth M. (ed.); Smith, Susan Belasco (ed.). Periodical Literature in Nineteenth-Century America. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1995. 257-74.

Ramsey, William M. "Family Matters in the Fiction of Charles W. Chesnutt." Southern Literary Journal 33.2 (2001): 30-43.

Raynaud, Claudine. "'Mask to Mask. The 'Real' Joke': Surfiction/Autofiction, or the Tale of the Purloined Watermelon." Callaloo: A Journal of African-American and African Arts and Letters 22.3 (1999): 695-712.

Render, Sylvia L. The Short Fiction of Charles W. Chesnutt.. With introd. Wash., D.C.: Howard U.P, 1974.

Render, Sylvia Lyons. Charles W. Chesnutt. Boston: Twayne, 1980.

Richards, Phillip M. Black Heart: The Moral Life of Recent African American Letters. New York, NY : Peter Lang, 2006.

Ritzenberg, Aaron. "The Dream of History: Memory and the Unconscious in Charles Chesnutt's the House Behind the Cedars." Passing in the Works of Charles W. Chesnutt Eds. Wright, Susan Prothro and Ernestine Pickens Glass. Jackson, MS: UP of Mississippi, 2010. xiii, 132 pp. Print.

Robinson, Angelo Rich. "Race, Place, and Space Re-Making Whiteness in the Post- Reconstruction South." Southern Literary Journal 35.1 (2002): 97-107.

Roe, Jae H. "Keeping an 'Old Wound' Alive: The Marrow of Tradition and the Legacy of Wilmington." African American Review 33.2 (1999): 231-43.

Ryan, Barbara. "Old and New Issue Servants: 'Race' Men and Women Weigh In." Post-Bellum, Pre-Harlem: African American Literature and Culture. Eds. Barbara McCaskill and Caroline Gebhard. New York: New York UP, 2006. 89-100.

Schmidt, Peter. "Command Performances: Black Storytellers in Stuart's 'Blink' and Chesnutt's 'the Dumb Witness'." Southern Literary Journal 35.1 (2002): 70-96.

Sedlack, Robert P. The Evolution of Charles Chesnutt's The House Behind the Cedars. 1975 College Language Association Journal 19, 1975: 125-35

Sheehy, John. "The Mirror and the Veil: The Passing Novel and the Quest for American Racial Identity." African American Review 33.3 (1999): 401-15.

Short, Gretchen. "The Dilemmas of Reconstructing the Nation in Albion W. Tourgée's a Fool's Errand and Charles W. Chesnutt's the Marrow of Tradition." REAL: The Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature 14 (1998): 241-67.

Silver, Andrew. Minstrelsy and Murder: The Crisis of Southern Humor, 1835- 1925. Baton Rouge, LA : Louisiana State UP, 2006.

Simmons, Ryan. Chesnutt and Realism: A Study of the Novels. Tuscaloosa, AL : U of Alabama P, 2006.

Slote, Ben. "Listening to 'The Goophered Grapevine' and Hearing Raisins Sing." American Literary History 6.4 (Winter 1994): 684-94.

Smith, Robert A. "A Pioneer Black Writer and the Problems of Discrimination and Miscegenation." Costerus: Essays in English and American Language and Literature 9 (1973): 181-85.

Sollors, Werner. "Thematics Today." Thematics: Interdisciplinary Studies. Eds. Max Louwerse and Willie van Peer. Converging Evidence in Language and Communication Research Number: 3: Benjamins, Amsterdam, Netherlands 2002. 217-35.

Sollors, Werner. "Charles W. Chesnutt's Historical Imagination." Passing in the Works of Charles W. Chesnutt Eds. Wright, Susan Prothro and Ernestine Pickens Glass. Jackson, MS: UP of Mississippi, 2010. xiii, 132 pp. Print.

Stein, Linda L., and Peter J. Lehu. Literary Research and the American Realism and Naturalism Period : Strategies and Sources. Literary Research ;. Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, 2009. Print.

Stokes, Karah. "Ripe Plums and Pine Trees: Using Metaphor to Tell Stories of Violence in the Works of Gloria Naylor and Charles Chesnutt." The Critical Response to Gloria Naylor. Eds. Cameron Northouse, Sharon Felton and Michelle C. Loris. Critical Responses in Arts and Letters Number: 29: Greenwood, Westport, CT Pagination: 200-10, 1997. xi, 275.

Sundquist, Eric. To Wake the Nations: Race in the Making of American Literature. Cambridge: Harvard U P, 1993. Sundquist's chapter "Charles Chesnutt's Cakewalk" is one of the most frequently cited essays on Chesnutt.

Swift, John N., and Gigen Mamoser. "'Out of the Realm of Superstition': Chesnutt's 'Dave's Neckliss' and the Curse of Ham." American Literary Realism 42.1 (2009): 1-12. Print.

Terry, Eugene Charles W. Chesnutt: A Victim of the Color Line." Contributions to Black Studies 1, 1977: 13-44

Thomas, Brook. "The Legal Argument of Charles W. Chesnutt's Novels." REAL: The Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature 18 (2002): 311-34.

Tirado Gilligan, Heather. "Reading, Race, and Charles Chesnutt's 'Uncle Julius' Tales." Elh 74.1 (2007): 195-215.

Wagner, Bryan. "Charles Chesnutt and the Epistemology of Racial Violence." American Literature 73.2 (2001): 311-.

Wallinger, Hanna. "Agitation in the Family: Charles W. Chesnutt's the Marrow of Tradition and Pauline E. Hopkin's Contending Forces." The Self at Risk in English Literatures and Other Landscapes/Das Risiko Selbst in Der Englischsprachigen Literatur Und in Anderen Bereichen. Eds. Gudrun M. Grabher and Sonja Bahn-Coblans. Innsbrucker Beiträge Zur Kulturwissenschaft: Germanistische Reihe (Ibk) Number: 29: Institut für Sprachwissenschaft, Universität Innsbruck, Innsbruck, Austria Pagination: 61-73, 1999. xvi, 381.

Watson, Reginald. "The Tragic Mulatto Image in Charles Chesnutt's the House Behind the Cedars and Nella Larsen's Passing." CLA Journal 46.1 (2002): 48-71.

Webb, Bernice Larson. "Picking at 'The Goophered Grapevine." Kentucky Folklore Record: A Regional Journal of Folklore and Folklife 25 (1979): 64-67.

Wegener, Frederick. "Charles W. Chesnutt and the Anti-Imperialist Matrix of African-American Writing, 1898-1905." Criticism: A Quarterly for Literature and the Arts 41.4 (1999): 465-93.

Werner, Craig. "The Framing of Charles W. Chesnutt: Practical Deconstruction in the Afro-American Tradition." Humphries, Jefferson (ed.). Southern Literature and Literary Theory. Athens: U of Georgia P, 1990. 339-365.

West, Roger. "Reconjuring Charles Chesnutt: A Review Essay." The Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the Arts in the South 33.4 (Summer 1995): 153-8.

White, Jeannette S. "Baring Slavery's Darkest Secrets: Charles Chesnutt's Conjure Tales as Masks of Truth." Southern Literary Journal 27.1 (Fall 1994): 85-103.

Wilson, Matthew. Whiteness in the Novels of Charles W. Chesnutt. Jackson, MS : UP of Mississippi, 2004.

Wilson, Matthew, and Marjan A. Van Schaik. A Business Career. By Charles W. Chesnutt. Jackson, MS : UP of Mississippi, 2005.

Wilson, Matthew, and Marjan A. van Schaik. Evelyn's Husband. By Charles W. Chesnutt. Jackson, MS : UP of Mississippi, 2005.

Wilson, Matthew, and Marjan A. Van Schaik. "The Letters of George Washington Cable to Charles W. Chesnutt." Modern Language Studies 36.2 (2007): 9-41.

Wideman, John Edgar. "Charles Chesnutt and the WPA Narratives: The Oral and Literate Roots of Afro-American Literature." Davis, Charles T. (ed.); Gates, Henry Louis, Jr. (ed.). The Slave's Narrative. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1985. 59-78.

Wilson, Matthew. "Reading the Human Stain through Charles W. Chesnutt: The Genre of the Passing Novel." Philip Roth Studies 2.2 (2006): 138-50.

Wilson, Matthew. Whiteness in the Novels of Charles W. Chesnutt. Jackson, MS : UP of Mississippi, 2004.

Wilson, Matthew, and Charles W. Chestnut. Paul Marchand, F.M.C. Jackson, MS : UP of Mississippi, 1998.

Wintz, Cary D. "Race and Realism in the Fiction of Charles W. Chesnutt." Ohio History 81 (1972): 122-30.

Wolkomir, Michelle J. "Moral Elevation and Egalitarianism: Shades of Gray in Chesnutt's The Marrow of Tradition." College Language Association Journal 36.3 (March 1993): 245-59.

Wonham, Henry B. Charles W. Chesnutt : A Study of the Short Fiction. Twayne's studies in short fiction ; no. 72. New York,London: Twayne Publishers;Prentice Hall International, 1998.

Wonham, Henry B. "'the Curious Psychological Spectacle of a Mind Enslaved': Charles W. Chesnutt and Dialect Fiction." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures 51.1 (1997): 55-69.

Wonham, Henry B. "Plenty of Room for Us All? Participation and Prejudice in Charles Chesnutt's Dialect Tales." Studies in American Fiction 26.2 (1998): 131-.
Wilson, Matthew. "Reading the Human Stain through Charles W. Chesnutt: The Genre of the Passing Novel." Philip Roth Studies 2.2 (2006): 138-50.

Wonham, Henry B. "What Is a Black Author? A Review of Recent Charles Chesnutt Studies." American Literary History 18.4 (2006): 829-

Wonham, Henry B. Playing the Races: Ethnic Caricature and American Literary Realism. Oxford, England: Oxford UP, 2004.

Worden, Daniel. "Birth in the Briar Patch: Charles W. Chesnutt and the Problem of Racial Identity." Southern Literary Journal 41.2 (2009): 1-20. Print.

Woude, Joanne van der, and Lucy Frank. "Rewriting the Myth of Black Mortality: W. E. B. Du Bois and Charles W. Chesnutt." Representations of Death in Nineteenth-Century Us Writing and Culture. Warwick Studies in the Humanities (Wsh). Aldershot, England: Ashgate, 2007. 89-105.

Wright, Susan Prothro. "In the Wake of D. W. Griffith's the Birth of a Nation: Chesnutt's Paul Marchand, F. M. C. As Command Performance." Passing in the Works of Charles W. Chesnutt Eds. Wright, Susan Prothro and Ernestine Pickens Glass. Jackson, MS: UP of Mississippi, 2010. xiii, 132 pp. Print.

Wright, Susan Prothro, and Ernestine Pickens Glass. Passing in the Works of Charles W. Chesnutt. Margaret Walker Alexander Series in African American Studies (Margaret Walker Alexander Series in African American Studies). Jackson, MS: UP of Mississippi, 2010. Print.

 


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