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A Fatherless Child Autobiographical Perspectives of African American Men

review A Fatherless Child Autobiographical Perspectives of African American Men 103 Tara T. Green ☆ 3 summary characters ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Tara T. Green A father substitute in producing successful black men the impact of fatherlessness on self perceptions and relationships with women and black men’s engagement with healing the pain of abandonment She also looks at why these four men visited Africa to reclaim a cultural history and identity showing how each developed a clearer understanding of himself as an American man of African descent   A Fatherless Child conveys important lessons relevant to current debates regarding the status of African American families in the twenty first century By showing us four black men of different eras Green asks readers to consider how much any child can heal from fatherlessness to construct a positive self image and shows that contrary to popular perceptions fatherlessness need not lead to certain failu.

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review A Fatherless Child Autobiographical Perspectives of African American Men 103 Tara T. Green ☆ 3 summary characters ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Tara T. Green The impact of absent fathers on sons in the black community has been a subject for cultural critics and sociologists who often deal in anonymous data Yet many of those sons have themselves addressed the issue in autobiographical works that form the core of African American literature   A Fatherless Child examines the impact of fatherlessness on racial and gender identity formation as seen in black men’s autobiographies and in other constructions of black fatherhood in fiction Through these works Tara T Green investigates what comes of abandonment by a father and loss of a role model by probing a son’s understanding of his father’s struggles to define himself and the role of community in forming the son’s uest for self definition in his father’s absence  Closely examining four w.

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review A Fatherless Child Autobiographical Perspectives of African American Men 103 Tara T. Green ☆ 3 summary characters ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Tara T. Green Orks Langston Hughes’s The Big Sea Richard Wright’s Black Boy Malcolm X’s The Autobiography of Malcolm X and Barack Obama’s Dreams from My Father Green portrays the intersecting experiences of generations of black men during the twentieth century both before and after the Civil Rights movement These four men recall feeling the pressure and responsibility of caring for their mothers resisting public displays of care and desiring a loving noncontentious relationship with their fathers Feeling vulnerable to forces they may have identified as detrimental to their status as black men they use autobiography as a tool for healing a way to confront that vulnerability and to claim a lost power associated with their lost fathers Through her analysis Green emphasizes the role of community as.

  • Hardcover
  • 184
  • A Fatherless Child Autobiographical Perspectives of African American Men
  • Tara T. Green
  • English
  • 02 February 2020
  • 9780826218216

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