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> My apologies if this is old news to everyone but me--
> the Spring 1998 issue of The Black Scholar focussed on Black
> Detective Fiction, with special attention to Chester Himes.
> Himes's first short story, written in prison, is reprinted.
> Table of contents follows.
> -----Diane Trap
> JOURNAL: The Black scholar.
> DATE: 1998 | Volume 28 | Number 1
> ARTICLES IN THIS ISSUE:
> pp. 3 | The Friends of Chester Hines: Our Story. | Faulkner, Janette
> pp. 5 | Chester Hines' Last Visit Home. | Reed, Ishmael
> pp. 10 | His Last Day. | Himes, Chester
> pp. 21 | Coffin Ed Johnson and Grave Digger Jones: Violence and Humor
> in the Mystery Novels of Chester Himes. | Turner, Jimmie Richard
> pp. 23 | From Talma Gordon to Theresa Galloway: Images of African
> American Women in Mysteries. | Turner, Patricia A.
> pp. 27 | The Cool, the Square and the Tough: The Archetypes of Black
> Male Characters in Mystery and Crime Novels. | Phillips, Gary
> pp. 33 | Detectives, Dubious Dudes, Spies and Suspense in African
> American Fiction for Children and Young Adults. | Muse,
> pp. 40 | Thoughts of a Black Mystery Writer. | Smith-Levin, Judith
> pp. 43 | Radicalism and Resistance: The Evolution of Black Radical
> Thought. | Boyd, Herb
> pp. 54 | The Black Radical Congress: Revitalizing the Black Freedom
> Movement. | Marable, Manning
> pp. 71 | A Black Freedom Agenda for the Twenty-First Century.
> pp. 75 | Review Essay: The Fictive Realism of John Edgar Wideman. |
> Abu-Jamal, Mumia
> Quarterly, | [Oakland, CA, etc., Black World Foundation] | ISSN: 0006-4246
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