Andrews, William Leake

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  • Born in 1946

Included Titles By Andrews, William Leake

Here are some other books by the author:
The Literary Career of Charles W. Chesnutt, Louisiana State University Press, 1980
Literary Romanticism in America, Louisiana State University Press, 1981, Editor
Critical Essays on W.E.B. Du Bois, G.K. Hall, 1985, Editor
To Tell a Free Story, University of Illinois Press, 1986
Sisters of the Spirit, Indiana University Press, 1986, Editor
Journeys in New Worlds, University of Wisconsin Press, 1990, Editor
Three Classic African-American Novels, Mentor, 1990, Editor
Critical Essays on Frederick Douglass, G.K. Hall, 1991, Editor
Bursting Bonds, Indiana University Press, 1991, Editor
Classic American Autobiographies, Mentor, 1992, Editor
The African-American Novel in the Age of Reaction, Mentor, 1992, Editor
Collected Stories of Charles W. Chesnutt, Penguin Group, 1992, Editor
From Fugitive Slave to Free Man, Mentor, 1993, Editor
African American Autobiography, Prentice Hall, 1993, Editor
Classic Fiction of the Harlem Renaissance, Oxford University Press, 1994, Editor
Up from Slavery, Norton, 1996, Editor
The Oxford Frederick Douglass Reader, Oxford University Press, 1996, Editor
The Literature of the American South, W.W. Norton, 1998, Editor
The Oxford Companion to African American Literature, Oxford University Press, 1997, Co-Editor
Pioneers of the Black Atlantic, Civitas, 1998, Editor
Toni Morrison’s Beloved, Oxford University Press, 1999, Editor
The Civitas Anthology of African American Slave Narratives, Civitas/Counterpoint, 1999, Editor
Conjure Tales and Stories of the Color Line, Penguin, 2000, Editor
Richard Wright’s Black Boy (American Hunger), Oxford University Press, 2003, Editor
Classic African American Women’s Narratives, Oxford University Press, 2003, Editor
The Curse of Caste, Oxford University Press, 2006, Editor
Life of William Grimes, The Runaway Slave, Oxford University Press, 2008, Editor
The Portable Charles W. Chesnutt, Penguin, 2008, Editor
The Life of John Thompson, A Fugitive Slave, Penguin Books, 2011, Editor
Slave Narratives after Slavery, Oxford University Press, 2011, Editor

N.C. Locations Associated with Andrews, William Leake

Resided in:
Chapel Hill (City/Town)
Taught at:
University of North Carolina -Chapel Hill
Studied at:
Davidson College
University of North Carolina -Chapel Hill