LIBRARY SHELF: White

Dyer, Richard
White (1997)

FIRST LINE: “White people are not literally or symbolically white, yet they are called white.”

LAST LINE: “The combination of extreme whiteness with plain, unwhite whiteness means that white people can both lay claim to the spirit that aspires to the heights of humanity and yet supposedly speak and act disinterestedly as human’s most average and unremarkable representatives.”

ICI SHELF: Other

ICI HISTORY: First Line: Today at the ICI-Twitter Feed (09-03-19)

Accession #: ICI-00685

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