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Given the place she holds in American culture as radical and yet at the same time canonical, she might help to correct a perception of black classicism as concomitant with literary and sociopolitical conservatism. Ulysses is important as an emblem of literature (albeit, in the ﬁrst analysis, European literature), but he is also a marker for a more transcendent anthropological, sociocultural issue. 18 If Homer’s Achilles grieves the loss in battle of his dearest companion, Patroclus, he is on some level echoing the loss Gilgamesh experiences of his alter ego, Enkidu.
As a writer entering a speech act and an 42 From Eurocentrism to Black Classicism implicit contract that transcended her race and time, Morrison clearly wanted to understand what Homer’s role was, even if only to reject him and stand against his hegemony—and she certainly did more than that. By writing, Morrison was inscribing herself in a heritage not only of African American literature but also of literature per se. Given the place she holds in American culture as radical and yet at the same time canonical, she might help to correct a perception of black classicism as concomitant with literary and sociopolitical conservatism.
One of these new approaches is Classica Africana, a name patterned upon Meyer Reinhold’s pioneering book Classica Americana (Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1984), which examined the impact of classics upon eighteenthand nineteenth-century America. 8 With “the Martin Bernal–Mary Lefkowitz debate,” Ronnick of course refers to the controversy over Black Athena. 9 I will discuss the Black Athena debate in chapter 3, but for present purposes it should suﬃce to note that Classica Africana, as Ronnick frames it, does not address the issues and concerns raised in the Black Athena debate.