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Title Slave narratives / James Tackach, book editor.

Publication Info. San Diego, CA. : Greenhaven Press, [2001]


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Description 190 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Series Greenhaven Press companion to literary movements and genres
Greenhaven Press companion to literary movements and genres.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 178-181) and index.
Contents The first slave narratives: tales of rogues and runaways / Marion Wilson Starling -- Eightenth-century narratives offer a mild critique of slavery / Frances Smith Foster -- Nineteenth-century narratives condemn a dehumanizing system / William L. Andrews -- The postbellum slave narrative: assuming the responsibilities of freedom / Frances Smith Foster -- The slave narrative and the Puritan captivity narrative / Richard Slotkin -- Frederick Douglass's use of abolitionist documents / John W. Blassingame -- Biblical allusion and imagery in Frederick Douglass's narrative / Lisa Margaret Zeitz -- The slave narrative and the picaresque tradition / Charles H. Nichols -- Literacy and freedom in the slave narrative / Janet Duitsman Cornelius -- Freedom involves a home and family / Jena Fagan Yellin -- The slave narrator as antislavery activist / Victor C.D. Mtubani -- Life after freedom: fulfilling the American dream / Sidonie Smith -- The development of women's slave narratives / Henry Louis Gates Jr. -- Defining the slave narrative in female terms / Joanne M. Braxton -- The exploitation of female slaves by their white mistresses / Minrose C. Gwin -- The portrayal of slave women in slave narratives / Hazel V. Carby -- Harriet Beecher Stowe's use of slave narratives / Robert B. Stepto -- The slave narrative and the early African American novel / Marva J. Furman -- The slave narrative and twentieth-century African American autobiography / Lucinda H. Mackethan -- Toni Morrison's use of the slave narrative in Beloved / Joycelyn K. Moody.
Subject American prose literature -- African American authors -- History and criticism.
Slaves -- United States -- Biography -- History and criticism.
African Americans -- Intellectual life -- 19th century.
Slaves' writings, American -- History and criticism.
Slaves -- United States -- Intellectual life.
Autobiography -- African American authors.
Slaves' writings, American -- Sources.
African Americans in literature.
Slavery in literature.
Added Author Tackach, James.
ISBN 0737705507 library binding alkaline paper
0737705493 paperback alkaline paper

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