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3 edition of community minstrels found in the catalog.

community minstrels

J. C. McMullen

community minstrels

a complete minstrel show

by J. C. McMullen

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Published by Baker"s Plays in Boston, Los Angeles .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby J.C. McMullen.
SeriesBaker"s world famous minstrel shows, Baker"s world famous minstrel shows
The Physical Object
Pagination54 p. ;
Number of Pages54
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16379510M

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Therefore, the book frequently notes the classic division of the text according to primary sources, but offers an alternative, more harmonious reading based on the assumption that the narrative forms a single, intentionally designed unit. The narrative's artistic design is especially evident in its arrangement of the two halves of the story. Cruel and crude racial stereotypes were were the minstrel's stock in trade. "Dandy Jim, From Caroline," adorned an song sheet. Created by the original Virginia Minstrels, he was one of hundreds of similar preening, irresponsible, impossibly overdressed characters who strutted their gaudy stuff on the minstrel stage. Collection of Lester Levy.


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