In the advent of migration and urbanization, migration narratives have become central in African American literature. The chapter discusses the different forms of migration narratives. These migration narratives may also include visual and musical works other than the usual literary form. The focus of these migrations narratives usually revolve around a character or a rural setting. Examples of these migration narratives are elaborated in this chapter in order to explain the similarities and the main themes that each have. The chapter ends with a summary of the other chapters found in the book.
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