Category Archives: MacKethan, Lucinda H.
Darlene Clark Hine discusses black women and the literature and history of the United States. Lucinda MacKethan discusses her book, Daughters of Time: Creating Woman’s Voice in Southern Story (The University of Georgia Press). 541 – African Americans Part 2
At the end of Mark Twain’s Huckleberry Finn, Huck remarks that he’s lighting out for the territory, a comment that underscores his rebellion against conventionality and social oppression. But what is Huck lighting out for? What specifically is he rebelling … Continue reading