Mainly English, French and Spanish in the Western Hemisphere

January 2008
Black Studies Primer;2008, p86
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Information about the emergence of modern African nationalism is presented. It notes the upsurge of the native African literature in the second half of the 20th Century as the core feature of nationalism. It describes the literary output of the African Americans in this century as simply monumental. The Western Hemisphere has created a significant number of African American Spanish authors, according to author Richard L. Jackson.


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