The state, property or quality of being black. (noun)
The result or product of being black. (noun)
Examples of word blackness
Well I guess my blackness is a little lighter now. obama is a liar
Some reviewers have criticized what they see as a propensity toward contradiction in the book, but one wonders whether it isn't an inevitable byproduct of her approach; Dickerson imagines a world where "blackness" is allowed its contradictions, and doesn't require a party line.
So I started mulling things over, thinking of cool stuff I could include — newts, banana slugs, pit toilets, sinister park rangers, the inside-a-coffin blackness of two a.m., the weirdos in the campsites nearby, etc.
In contrast, I feel that blackness is something that will be highly relevant to a financially significant number of readers.
Her blackness is an important part of her character and helps to determine why she does what she does within the story.