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The brothers’ physical and spiritual destruction at the hands of freedom shows the novel’s strong kinship to RICHARD WRIGHT’s NATIVE SON, which clearly both influenced and overshadowed Blood on the Forge. Still, Blood on the Forge is an important portrayal of the effects of rootlessness on African Americans who cast their lots with life in the so-called “promised land” of the North; again, Attaway’s dual perspective on rootlessness informs the work significantly. Because neither novel sold well, Attaway abandoned novel writing in favor of writing musical compositions and scripts for various media, including “One Hundred Years of Laughter,” a 1966 television special on black humor.
She died on December 9 of that year. A collection of her essays and stories, Deep Sightings and Rescue Missions, was edited by TONI MORRISON and published by Pantheon in 1996. Three years later, the same press brought out Those Bones Are Not My Child, also edited by Morrison. This novel was the result of 12 years of research into the Atlanta child murders, which occurred in the early 1980s, and traces one family’s dealings with corruption, cover-up, and incompetence in the investigation. BIBLIOGRAPHY Schirack, Maureen.
Over the course of his career, Baker has published numerous theoretical works, scores of scholarly essays, and several works of poetry and edited scholarly collections, including his anthology Black Literature in America (1971). He served as the first black president of the Modern Language Association of America. He has held teaching appointments at numerous prestigious universities, including Yale (1968–1970), University of Virginia (1970–1974), University of Pennsylvania (1974– 1998), and Duke University (1998–present).