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Black Writers in Britain 1760-1890

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Extracts from the work of 19 Afro-British, Black American, and Caribbean writers who spent time in Britain during the period. They are drawn from autobiographies, slave narratives, unpublished letters, oral accounts, and public records. Includes a general introduction and an introduction to each writer.
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Published July 31st 1991 by Edinburgh University Press
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