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The White Slave

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Begins on a plantation long ago in the dark of night, where a baby is taken from his unwed mother and given to a slave woman to raise as her own. Young Peter soon learns the torment and indignity of human bondage, but he also discovers the warmth and love of a beutiful black woman and the respect of his adopted people.
Paperback, 309 pages
Published March 1st 1980 by Avon Books (P)
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Fanny Howe is an American poet, novelist and short story writer.

She was born in Boston, Massachusetts. Her father was a lawyer and her mother, Mary Manning, was born in Dublin and wrote plays and acted for the Abbey Theatre before moving to the United States. Her sister is the poet, Susan Howe and her daughter is the novelist, Danzy Senna[1]

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