Julia L. Mickenberg and Philip Nel, eds.
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Tales for Little Rebels edited by Julia L. Mickenberg and Philip Nel
12 Apr 2010 // 4:58 PM

Langston Hughes’ story is effective more for what it doesn’t say than for what it does. That his protagonist couldn’t go to school with white children in the South immediately brings to mind the question “Why?”

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Double Take: 'The Public Enemy' (1931)

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"Maybe The Public Enemy is a swell dish. Or maybe it ain't so tough. The Steves take on the classic tale of beer and blood.

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