What Is Africa to Me?: Visions of African in Lillian Jones Horace's Five Generations Hence (1916)
Lillian Jones Horace's historic first novel, Five Generations Hence (1916), permits revisiting the past ideas and philosophies engaging black women intellectuals from the Reconstruction to 1916, the year Jones published her work. Their commitment to racial uplift meshed with discussions about racial destiny and ultimately about Africa are reflected in Horace's work.
Kossie-Chernyshev, Karen (2011) "What is Africa to Me: Visions of Africa in Lillian Bertha Jones's Five Generations Hence (1916): A Gendered Means to A Political End," East Texas Historical Journal: Vol. 49: Iss. 1, Article 11. Available at: https://scholarworks.sfasu.edu/ethj/vol49/iss1/11