Sue E. Houchins
Oxford University Press, 1988 - Literary Criticism - 445 pages
These narratives by four famous black woman preachers and evangelists, published between 1835 and 1907, all share a theme that continues to dominate Afro-American literature even today: the power of Christianity to give strength and comfort in the struggle for liberation from caste and gender restrictions.
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