Race, Citizenship and Law in American Literature

Crane, Gregg D.
Publication Date 2002
ISBN 9780521010931
Publisher CUP,
Binding Paperback
Condition Near fine, bright copy.
SKU 2626
Notes Very clean and neat.


Paperback. 299pp. A highly contextualized account of justice and identity in American literature as well as a consideration of the role of literary figures in the anti-slavery movement. Of particular consideration are the works and roles of Harriet Beecher Stowe, Frederick Douglass, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Charles Chesnutt and Moorfield Storey. Of interest to social historians, literary historians and critics, and those interested in black emanicipation, law, identity and the development of the American constitution. Indexed.
Price: £10.50
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