The History of Mary Prince, a West Indian Slave
"Interesting and highly valuable first-person narrative of a woman slave who details her experiences in Bermuda and Antigua and also in Britain where she was employed by abolitionist Thomas Pringle. Sheds light on women's roles and experiences, and on sla
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Supplement by the Original Editor Thomas Pringle
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