Body and Soul: Jazz, Blues, and Race in American Film, 1927-63

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Writing in the late 1930s, New York journalist Joseph Mitchell observed: "Except for the minstrel show, the strip act is probably America's only original contribution to the theater ."In "Body and Soul, Peter Stanfield's arguments echo Mitchell's observation. Stanfield begins by exploring how Hollywood used blackface minstrelsy to represent an ... Read More

Body and Soul: Jazz, Blues, and Race in American Film, 1927-63 2005, University of Illinois Press, Urbana-Champaign, IL

ISBN-13: 9780252029943

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