Overview:Six Women's Slave narratives contains stories that embody most of the predominant themes and narrative forms found in African-American women's autobiographies from the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Beginning with the first female slave narrative from the Americas, The History of Mary Prince, a West Indian Slave (1831), the collection includes writings by 'Old Elizabeth, ' Mattie J. Jackson, Lucy A. Delaney, Kate Drumgoold, and Annie L. Burton.
These stories embody most of the predominant themes and narrative forms found in African-American women's autobiographies from the 19th and early 20th centuries.
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Title: Six Women's Slave Narratives
Author: William L. Andrews
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Date Published: April 1988
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"Great collection to augment male narratives and Jacobs."--Roma Johnson, Tufts University
"Excellent."--Dr. Jane Buchanan, Bentley College (check name)
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