Written by herself : literary production by African American women, 1746-1892 /
|Published:||Bloomington : Indiana University Press, c1993.|
|Series:||Blacks in the diaspora.
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- 1. Testing and Testifying: The Word, the Other, and African American Women Writers
- 2. """"Sometimes by Simile, a Victory's Won"""": Lucy Terry Prince and Phillis Wheatley
- 3. Equal Men but True Women: The Post-Revolution Literature
- 4. """"Great Liberty in the Gospel"""": Jarena Lee's Religious Experiences, Life, and Journal
- 5. Gendered Writing for Promiscuous Audiences: African American Women's Literature in the Antebellum Period
- 6. Writing Across the Color Line: Harriet Jacobs and Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl
- 7. Romance and Scandal in a Postbellum Slave Narrative: Elizabeth Keckley's Behind the Scenes
- 8. Doers of the Word: The Reconstruction Poetry of Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
- 9. Confrontation and Community in Octavia Victoria Rogers Albert's the House of Bondage
- 10. """"A Woman Question and a Race Problem"""": The Black Woman's Era
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