3 edition of Passing by found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Maurice Baring.|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.B2395 Pa, PR6003.A67 Pa|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. l., 7-342 p.|
|Number of Pages||342|
|LC Control Number||22016176|
The discovery of her partially African ancestry sets off a crisis, as she is married to a white man. InVijay Chokalingam, the brother of Indian-American entertainer Mindy Kalingtold CNN that he had pretended to be black years before in order to take advantage of affirmative action to be admitted into medical school. Her attempt at passing was in order to gain the support of the black community. Jealousy[ edit ] Scholars such as Claudia Tate and Helena Michie suggest there is a theme of jealousy throughout the novel.
The Wurgels and their daughter Rose were transformed from white to black. The film I Passed for White features an African-American character who is accepted as white because of her visible European-American ancestry. Toward the end of the visit, Clare's white husband John Jack Bellew arrives. Later, Clare accompanies Irene and Brian to a party hosted by Felise.
Danzy Senna 's novel, Caucasiafeatures Birdie, a biracial girl who looks white and accompanies her white mother as they go into hiding. This chance meeting alerted Bellew that Irene was black. Eugenic Ideology assigns specific behavioral and physical traits to different distinctions of race, class, gender, and sexual identity. Rottenberg shows how the main characters in the novel confront normative characteristics of white culture. One, titled "Passing" in the collection The Ways of White Folksconcerns a son who thanks his mother for literally disregarding him on the street as he is passing for white. Active Themes Irene, returning her attention to the letter, opens the envelope and begins to read.
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Recommends it for: those facing their own ambiguities Recommended to Jaidee by: a lovely friend 5 "astute, biting, theatrical" stars!! Just imagine what Irene must be feeling. Irene recalls Clare's difficult childhood and cunning temperament, but is most preoccupied with a recent meeting between Clare and herself that had taken place two years before, in Chicago.
New York, NY: Norton. The gathering is interrupted by Jack, who accuses Clare of being a "damned dirty nigger! For example, during Irene's attempt to pass to become an elite white woman at Drayton hotel, she makes a clear distinction between herself and working-class individuals by showing her desire to be separated from the "sweating masses".
And the fact that racial division is what has trapped her and Clare in this awful situation in the first place? Those who were able to pass as white often engaged in tactical passing or passing as white in order to get a job, go to school, or to travel.
Clare, herself, or the race. The two women ran into one another purely by chance. It very much appealed to me that both female protagonists were mildly unlikable. She also denied various claims made by her daughter about her life, including having lived in Africa when young, although the parents did live there for a time after Dolezal had left home.
This left them both bereft, vulnerable, mistrusting and every move was not only for survival but to usurp the other for a bigger piece of the societal pie. Yet Irene's discomfort intensified--and took on a new form--when it occured to her that Brian and Clare could be carrying on an affair. Two years later, Irene realizes she is not the only one who is susceptible to Clare's charms.
Two families, one black and one white, shared a home in the San Fernando Valley for the majority of the show. Upon being commissioned in the United States Navyhis racial identity is revealed. Some fictional exploration coalesced around the figure of the "tragic mulatta", a woman whose future is compromised by her being mixed race and able to pass for white.
The film Panther features a black Federal Bureau of Investigation agent named Pruitt, who passes for white when among African Americans. The novel was extremely controversial and banned by some authorities.
Although reasons behind passing are deeply individual, the history of African Americans passing as white can be categorized by the following time periods: the antebellum era, post-emancipation, Reconstruction through Jim Crowand present day.
A person or the race. Descendants who were European-looking were accepted as white. Her race.Jul 30, · Passing Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item.
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Pages: Define passing. passing synonyms, passing pronunciation, passing translation, English dictionary definition of passing. adj. 1. Moving by; going past: The child waved to the passing cars.
2. That's Irene's dilemma in this book. She thinks about all the ways she could get rid of the other woman, Clare—including telling Clare's white, racist husband that she is actually a black woman passing as white. And all because she thinks Clare might be having an affair with her husband. Eek.
Passing develops many issues that converge on the novel’s larger theme of the consequences and nuances of racial passing in the ’s. Larsen extends her understanding of passing to more than. Mar 13, · The title refers to the practice of racial “passing”, and is a key element of the novel; Clare Kendry's attempt to pass as white for her husband, John Bellew, is its most significant depiction.
May 01, · About the Book. Legal Passing offers a nuanced look at how the lives of undocumented Mexicans in the US are constantly shaped by federal, state, and local immigration laws. Angela S. García compares restrictive and accommodating immigration measures in various cities and states to show that place-based inclusion and exclusion unfold in seemingly contradictory ways.