Leslie James, a historian at Queen Mary, University of London, remarks that the book: "Demonstrates how Americans projected their own gender, class, and racial psychoses into their experiences and renderings of the African continent. Peterson del Mar seeks a critical approach not to what Africa is, but to how Americans have perceived it. With this comprehensive source, we might begin to understand the difference."
Kathryn Mathers, a cultural anthropologist at Duke University, states: "Through a comprehensive yet sensitive analytical reading of fiction, autobiography, and film, Peterson del Mar shows just how much Africa has and continues to shape what it means to be American."
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