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The 'Tragic Mulatta' Revisited: Race and Nationalism in Nineteenth-Century Antislavery Fiction
"This very sophisticated book is distinguished by taking the figure of the tragic mulatta seriously as an embodiment of central concerns about race and nation in the antebellum UnitedExpand
The Strange History of the American Quadroon: Free Women of Color in the Revolutionary Atlantic World by Emily Clark (review)
This is perhaps one of the most interesting points in Weyler’s book, because we see how dynamics of gender, race, and class affected the collaborative process and how this relationship resulted in aExpand
Anita: Speaking Truth to Power
Lives of Consequence: Blacks in Early Kittery & Berwick in the Massachusetts Province of Maine
designed and fabricated by the legendary Boston publisher David R. Godine. The collection’s two paperbound volumes with heavy card covers are protected by a durable slipcase. These three elementsExpand
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