Early Black American Writers
Courier Corporation, Jun 4, 2012 - Social Science - 305 pages
From the earliest published work in 1761 through the Civil War years, this informative anthology provides a valuable overview of Black literature during the period. Varying in background and skill, from self-taught slave to college-trained professor, the writers of this collection were among the most important early shapers of Black American culture.
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