A hairdresser's experience in high life

Here is the first fully annotated edition of a landmark in early African American literature, the 1859 autobiography of Eliza Potter, a freeborn black woman who, as a hairdresser, was in a unique position to hear about, receive confidences from, and observe wealthy white women. Xiomara Santamarina p...

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Main Author: Potter, Eliza.
Other Authors: Santamarina, Xiomara.
Format: Book Electronic
Language:English
Published:Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, 2009.
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