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(nā'grō),
Camillo, Italian neurologist, 1861-1927. See: Negro phenomenon.
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Pour Elliott, le texte de Hurston expose ce deplacement entre le << crib of negroism >> et le << spy-glass of Anthropology >> et est, dans ce sens, << a story about knowledge, culture, and even storytelling itself >> (Elliott, p.
Finally, recognizing the critical interdependence of New Negroism and American modernity, Brown pursues an ultimately synthetic poetic project, exposing and dramatizing the dynamic hybridity fundamental to African American being.
40) Melnick even characterizes Smith's use of Yiddish as "Jewish White Negroism," which he uses "to reap financial gain.