- Title Pages
- Part One/Thesis One The Birth of the Bureau, Coupled with the Birth of J. Edgar Hoover, Ensured the FBI’s Attention to African American Literature
- Part Two/Thesis Two The FBI’s Aggressive Filing and Long Study of African American Writers Was Tightly Bound to the Agency’s Successful Evolution under Hoover
- Part Three/Thesis Three The FBI Is Perhaps the Most Dedicated and Influential Forgotten Critic of African American Literature
- Part Four/Thesis Four The FBI Helped to Define the Twentieth-Century Black Atlantic, Both Blocking and Forcing Its Flows
- Part Five/Thesis Five Consciousness of FBI Ghostreading Fills a Deep and Characteristic Vein of African American Literature
- Appendix FOIA Requests for FBI Files on African American Authors Active from 1919 to 1972
- Works Cited
- F.B. Eyes
William J. Maxwell
- Princeton University Press
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