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gunning

Applying material, e.g., shotcrete, with the use of a gun.
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Gunning argues that Thomas Dixon's popular race novels are mostly expressions of "a profound anxiety over the maintenance of a stable white identity" and less a register of popular white supremacy triumph over African Americans.
Wells's famous anti-lynching pamphlets, such as A Red Record (1895), which Gunning's title purposely echoes, are examined as important contributions to a redefinition of virtuous black womanhood that included social activism as well as political statements against lynching.
Gunning's innovative interpretations are fascinating to read and well-argued.