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It is the carrier of the philosophical ideas of black Americans. It is their cultural response to the world. In coming from the oral tradition one passes along information orally and the best way to do that is to make it memorable so that if I tell you a story it’s something you want to pass on to someone else. Music and songs were a way of doing that. You had a bonus. " Twentieth-Century Theatre and Drama in English: Festschrift for Heinz Kosok on the Occasion of His 65th Birthday (Trier: WVT, 1999): 751-71.
Couldn’t be no punishment worse than having to live here on earth, he said” (MD 261). Death, then, is not part of an obscure afterlife, but is in fact a part of life. Thus, George’s death does not end the communication with Cocoa as she only “thinks that boy left her. ” (MD 307-8) The reader is presented with the image of death as being no more than the choice of leaving this world through the backdoor of Bailey’s Café to fall into the nothingness (BC 76) that marks the edge of the world. ”51 Feminist critics view Naylor’s appropriation of Jesus’ sacrificial death as an attempt to reveal the absurdity of redemptive suffering in hope of alleviating other people’s pain; Naylor’s literary exploration of Christ’s martyrdom is seen as a symbol for the futility of communal suffering in society’s struggles against racism, sexism, and classism.
The act of performing a musical piece such as the Blues and the quest for communal spirituality may indeed originate from the same place. B. King articulates this by saying: The preacher […] says one things and the congregation says it back, back forth, back forth, until we’re rocking together in a rhythm that won’t stop. 98 While the premise of the characters’ plots is borrowed from Biblical master narratives, the structure introduces the Blues Aesthetics99 to Naylor’s novel. The portability and adaptability of music form a contrapuntal narrative to the alleged moral immobility and cultural fixedness of the Biblical scriptures.
The Ancient Explorers by M. Cary, E. H. Warmington