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by William Reichard

Author: William Reichard
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: New Village Press (April 26, 2011)
Pages: 336 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.3
Other formats: mbr lrf lit mobi

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He writes: This Anthology is full of threads and knots. If you enjoy discovering what connects each of us, the threads of experience and insight that translate across time, place, and culture, then you’ll likely enjoy the work you encounter here. Published by New Village Press. Apr 14, 2011 2011, Illustrations, News.

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Living American writers produced each piece between 1980 and the present; works were selected based on literary .

Living American writers produced each piece between 1980 and the present; works were selected based on literary merit and the manner in which they address one or more pressing social issues. William Reichard has assembled some of the most respected literary artists of our time, asking whose voices are ascendant, whose silenced, and why. The work as a whole reveals shifting perspectives and the changing role of writing in the social justice arena over the last few decades. See all Product description.

Praise for American Tensions.

Their stories reflect that American identity may owe a great deal to the constant reminder that it is not an assimilated, uniform everyperson, but a 'messy, fractious web of cultures, myths, relationships, and races. LJ Moore, SF Books Examiner. Praise for American Tensions.

We understand the term social justice to refer typically to the advancement of human rights-whether social .

We understand the term social justice to refer typically to the advancement of human rights-whether social, racial/cultural, economic, political, or many others besides-and are seeking essays that examine these advancements, or the lack thereof, through American literature. Many American writers have pursued themes of personal and community liberation from oppressive cultural forces.

American Tensions is an anthology of American poetry, short-fiction, and non-fiction that explores issues of identity, environmental .

American Tensions is an anthology of American poetry, short-fiction, and non-fiction that explores issues of identity, environmental justice, and social change in the United States. Comprised of pieces from 1980 to 2010, the work addresses the shifting perspectives and changing role of writing in the social justice field"-Provided by publisher.

William Reichard has assembled some of the most respected literary artists of our time, asking whose voices are ascendant, whose silenced, and why.

Living American writers produced each piece between 1980 and the present; works were selected based on literary merit and the .

This new anthology of contemporary American poetry, short fiction and nonfiction, explores issues of identity, oppression, injustice, and social change.