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By Diana Adesola Mafe

Combined Race Stereotypes in South African and American Literature examines the preferred literary stereotype, the tragic mulatto, from a transnational viewpoint. Mafe considers the ways that particular South African and American writers have used this debatable literary personality to problem the good judgment of racial categorization.

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