Letters from a Slave Girl
McGraw-Hill Education, Nov 1, 2001 - Readers (Secondary) - 126 pages
A fictionalized version of the life of Harriet Jacobs, told in the form of letters that she might have written during her slavery in North Carolina and as she prepared for escape to the North in 1842.
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