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The Heroic Slave

Author: Frederick Douglass
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 030018462X
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First published nearly a decade prior to the Civil War, The Heroic Slave is the only fictional work by abolitionist, orator, author, and social reformer Frederick Douglass, himself a former slave. It is inspired by the true story of Madison Washington, who, along with eighteen others, took control of the slave ship Creole in November 1841 and sailed it to Nassau in the British colony of the Bahamas, where they could live free. This new critical edition, ideal for classroom use, includes the full text of Douglass's fictional recounting of the most successful slave revolt in American history, as well as an interpretive introduction; excerpts from Douglass's correspondence, speeches, and editorials; short selections by other writers on the Creole rebellion; and recent criticism on the novella.

The Drama Of American History Series

Author: James Lincoln Collier
Publisher: Blackstone Publishing
ISBN: 1538426749
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History is dramatic-and the renowned, award-winning authors Christopher Collier and James Lincoln Collier demonstrate this in a compelling series aimed at young readers. The volumes in this collection explore far beyond the dates and events of a historical chronicle to present a moving illumination of the ideas, attitudes, and tribulations that led to the birth of this great nation. This collection features six books in the Drama of American History series, covering American history from prehistoric Native American life and culture through the Federalist era of the late eighteenth century: Pilgrims and Puritans: 1620-1676 The French and Indian War: 1660-1763 The Paradox of Jamestown: 1585-1700 Clash of Cultures: Prehistory-1638 The American Revolution: 1763-1783 Building a New Nation: The Federalist Era, 1789-1801

Black Literature And Literary Theory

Author: Henry Louis Gates, Jr
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134838417
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The imaginative literature of African and Afro-American authors writing in Western languages has long been seen as standing outside the Western literary canon. In fact, however, black literature not only has a complex formal relation to that canon, but tends to revise and reflect Western rhetorical strategies even more than it echoes black vernacular literary forms. This book, first published in 1984, is divided into two sections, thus clarifying the nature of black literary theory on the one hand, and the features of black literary practice on the other. Rather than merely applying contemporary Western theory to black literature, these critics instead challenge and redefine the theory in order to make fresh, stimulating comments not only on black criticism and literature but also on the general state of criticism today.

Her Troika Part Iii

Author: Trent Evans
Publisher: Shadow Moon Press
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A term of service to the Trust. Reduced to chattel of a powerful organization of elites. Her body no longer her own. Months of submission, training, obedience ... bliss. It had been her idea, this fulfillment of a deep-seated submissive fantasy — but sometimes fantasies are best left to the realm of the imaginary. What if the danger of the reality proves to be too terrifyingly intense, too much for even the most adventurous soul? As the extent of what the cruel trainer Lino expects from her becomes clear, Breanna further struggles with her need to submit, tries to reconcile her deepest darkest fantasies with the harsh, sometimes painful, reality of living them out. Drawn deeper into the protocols, pleasures, and punishments of her Term of Service, Breanna watches the changes within her stern husband Kurt — and within his friend Derek — changes even more profound than those she struggles with herself. What will these two gorgeous, strict men think of the strong, career woman once she's reduced to the abject slave girl that service to the Trust demands? Which Breanna will they really want — and which one is the real her? PLEASE NOTE: This is Part III of a five part serialized novel. You will need to read Part I and Part II before reading Part III. For those that wish to purchase the entire story, all five parts are now available as the novel, Her Troika — The Complete Story. Publisher's Warning: Intended for mature readers. 18 and over only! This BDSM book contains the following acts or themes: pony play, D/s, corporal punishment, TPE, bondage, exhibitionism, female ejaculation/squirting, objectification, humiliation. MFM menage BDSM erotica. There is no sexual interaction between the males in this story. Keywords: sex slave auction, BDSM, bondage, secret society erotica, D/s, total power exchange, coerced exhibitionism, alpha male, menage, MFM, spanking, female ejaculation, forced orgasm, pony play, pony girl

Philadelphia Quakers And The Antislavery Movement

Author: Brian Temple
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 1476615772
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The Quakers came to America in the 17th century to seek religious freedom. After years of struggle, they achieved success in various endeavors and, like many wealthy colonists of the time, bought and sold slaves. But a movement to remove slavery from their midst, sparked by their religious beliefs, grew until they renounced the slave trade and freed their slaves. Once they rejected slavery, the Quakers then began to petition the state and Federal governments to do the same. When those in power turned a blind eye to the suffering of those enslaved, the Quakers used both legal and, in the eyes of the government, illegal means to fight slavery. This determination to stand against slavery led some Quakers to join with others to be a part of the Underground Railroad. The transition from friend to foe of slavery was not a quick one but one that nevertheless was ahead of the rest of America.