The dread under which such aspirations to human

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Unformatted text preview: e in the eyes of the white man” (110) or, more precisely, in the eyes of Humanity Slave Narrative->History Society erases the non-human and fosters fear of blackness Wilderson, award-winning author of Incognegro: A Memoir of Exile and Apartheid. He is one of two Americans to hold elected office in the African National Congress and is a former insurgent in the ANC’s armed wing, 2010 (Frank B. III “Chapter One: The Ruse of Analogy” Red, White, & Black: Cinema and the Structure of U.S. Antagonisms,) GG Normally, in moments such as the present (with no such mass movement in the streets), the “effect of delineating a peculiar African American historiography” (19) seems menacing and unbearable to the lone Black scholar; and so the Black scholar labors— unwittingly, Judy implies—to adjust the structure of his/her own “nonrecuperable negativity” (96) in order to tell “a story of an emerging subjectivity’s triumphant struggle to discover its identity” and thereby ascend “from the abject muteness of...
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