Black Crisis Shuffle: Fiction, Race, and Simulation

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Description: Dubey and Warren therefore take issue with those intellectuals who venerate black expressive culture - signifying, sermons, blues, jazz, etc. - on the grounds that this tack proves an inadequate response to the social and political ills of the present.1 Despite the acuity of these critiques, however, they have not addressed contemporary writing that stages the undoing of communal belonging as a potentially generative occasion. [...] the gradual waning of Fordist modernity ushered in a late capitalism increasingly defined by the primacy of the signifier.
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