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Reading: “Multicultural Hybridity,” The Final Word

*You ought to read Reading: “Multicultural Hybridity,” Part One, Part Two, and Part Three first. I finished reading Multicultural Hybridity last night. The final chapter of the book explains how Laurie Grobman foresees a new kind of “US Literature” – changing the whole disciplinary name from “American Literature,” which implies that the “United States” is somehow synonymous with the term “America” – appearing in critical studies and classrooms. The central tenet that Grobman describes is a reformed literature classroom in the United States that decentralizes the white, male, heterosexual authors and… Read more Reading: “Multicultural Hybridity,” The Final Word