In the master's eye : representations of women, Blacks, and poor whites in antebellum Southern literature /
This book explores the way in which literature can be used to reinforce social power. Through rigorous readings of a series of antebellum plantation novels, Susan J. Tracy shows how the narrative strategies employed by proslavery Southern writers served to justify and perpetuate the oppression of wo...
|Published:||Amherst : University of Massachusetts Press, c1995.|
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