Shades of Green: Visions of Nature in the Literature of American Slavery, 1770-1860
Shades of Green offers a creative reimagining of early and antebellum American literary culture by exploring the complex web of relationships linking racial thought to natural science and natural imagery. The book charts a dynamic shift in both polemical and imaginative literature during the century before the Civil War, as scientific, artistic, and spiritual vocabularies...more
Hardcover, 360 pages
Published January 15th 2009 by University of Georgia Press
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