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Title Genius in bondage : literature of the early Black Atlantic / edited by Vincent Carreta and Philip Gould.
Publication Info Lexington : The University Press of Kentucky, ©2015.



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Contents Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of Figures; Introduction / Vincent Carretta and Philip Gould; PART ONE ""RACE"" AND ""GENDER"" IN THE EARLY BLACK ATLANTIC; ""Betrayed by Some of My Own Complexion"": Cugoano, Abolition, and the Contemporary Language of Racialism; NOTES; NOTES; Race, Redemption, and Captivity in the Narratives of Briton Hammon and John Marrant; Being a Man: Olaudah Equiano and Ignatius Sancho; NOTES; Volatile Subjects: The History of Mary Prince; THE ""HISTORY""; MARGINALIA; MR PRINGLE; Miss STRICKLAND; AUTHORIZATION; VOLATILE BODIES; NOTES.
PART TWO MARKET CULTURE AND RACIAL AUTHORITYLetters of the Old Calibar Slave Trade, 1760-1789; APPENDIX; GRANDY KING GEORGE; NOTES; ""Remarkable Liberty"": Language and Identity in Eighteenth-Century Black Autobiography; THE FREE CARPENTER; THE VENTURE CAPITALIST; NOTES; ""Property of Author"": Olaudah Equiano's Place in the History of the Book; NOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; WORKS CITED; PART THREE LANGUAGE AND THE ""OTHER"": THE QUESTION OF DIFFERENCE; ""Surprizing Deliverance""?: Slavery and Freedom, Language, and Identity in the Narrative of Briton Hammon, ""A Negro Man""
SLAVERY, FREEDOM, AND AUTHORITY IN THE ATLANTIC WORLDSLAVERY, PRINT, AND THE POLITICS OF IDENTITY AND ALLEGIANCE IN LATE-COLONIAL MASSACHUSETTS; CODA-NEW BEGINNINGS; NOTES; On Her Own Footing: Phillis Wheatley in Freedom; NOTES; ""Thou Hast the Holy Word"": Jupiter Hammon's ""Regards"" to Phillis Wheatley; NOTES; Ignatius Sancho's Letters: Sentimental Libertinism and the Politics of Form; NOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; Benjamin Banneker's Revision of Thomas Jefferson: Conscience Versus Science in the Early American Antislavery Debate; NOTES; WORKS CITED.
Fifth of July: Nathaniel Paul and the Construction of Black NationalismNOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; INDEX.
Note English.
ISBN 9780813159461 (electronic bk.)
0813159466 (electronic bk.)
1322597324
9781322597324
0813122031
9780813122038
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Subject Equiano, Olaudah, 1745-1797. Interesting narrative of the life of Olaudah Equiano.
Hammon, Briton. Narrative of the uncommon sufferings, and surprising deliverance of Briton Hammon, a Negro man.
Sancho, Ignatius, 1729-1780 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Wheatley, Phillis, 1753-1784 -- Criticism and interpretation.
African literature (English)
Africans -- Foreign countries -- Historiography.
Blacks in literature.
English literature -- 18th century -- History and criticism.
English literature -- Black authors -- History and criticism.
Slavery in literature.
Slaves' writings, English -- History and criticism.
Alt author Carretta, Vincent.
Gould, Philip.
Descript 1 online resource (282 pages)
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Contents Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of Figures; Introduction / Vincent Carretta and Philip Gould; PART ONE ""RACE"" AND ""GENDER"" IN THE EARLY BLACK ATLANTIC; ""Betrayed by Some of My Own Complexion"": Cugoano, Abolition, and the Contemporary Language of Racialism; NOTES; NOTES; Race, Redemption, and Captivity in the Narratives of Briton Hammon and John Marrant; Being a Man: Olaudah Equiano and Ignatius Sancho; NOTES; Volatile Subjects: The History of Mary Prince; THE ""HISTORY""; MARGINALIA; MR PRINGLE; Miss STRICKLAND; AUTHORIZATION; VOLATILE BODIES; NOTES.
PART TWO MARKET CULTURE AND RACIAL AUTHORITYLetters of the Old Calibar Slave Trade, 1760-1789; APPENDIX; GRANDY KING GEORGE; NOTES; ""Remarkable Liberty"": Language and Identity in Eighteenth-Century Black Autobiography; THE FREE CARPENTER; THE VENTURE CAPITALIST; NOTES; ""Property of Author"": Olaudah Equiano's Place in the History of the Book; NOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; WORKS CITED; PART THREE LANGUAGE AND THE ""OTHER"": THE QUESTION OF DIFFERENCE; ""Surprizing Deliverance""?: Slavery and Freedom, Language, and Identity in the Narrative of Briton Hammon, ""A Negro Man""
SLAVERY, FREEDOM, AND AUTHORITY IN THE ATLANTIC WORLDSLAVERY, PRINT, AND THE POLITICS OF IDENTITY AND ALLEGIANCE IN LATE-COLONIAL MASSACHUSETTS; CODA-NEW BEGINNINGS; NOTES; On Her Own Footing: Phillis Wheatley in Freedom; NOTES; ""Thou Hast the Holy Word"": Jupiter Hammon's ""Regards"" to Phillis Wheatley; NOTES; Ignatius Sancho's Letters: Sentimental Libertinism and the Politics of Form; NOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; Benjamin Banneker's Revision of Thomas Jefferson: Conscience Versus Science in the Early American Antislavery Debate; NOTES; WORKS CITED.
Fifth of July: Nathaniel Paul and the Construction of Black NationalismNOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; INDEX.
Note English.
ISBN 9780813159461 (electronic bk.)
0813159466 (electronic bk.)
1322597324
9781322597324
0813122031
9780813122038
Subject Equiano, Olaudah, 1745-1797. Interesting narrative of the life of Olaudah Equiano.
Hammon, Briton. Narrative of the uncommon sufferings, and surprising deliverance of Briton Hammon, a Negro man.
Sancho, Ignatius, 1729-1780 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Wheatley, Phillis, 1753-1784 -- Criticism and interpretation.
African literature (English)
Africans -- Foreign countries -- Historiography.
Blacks in literature.
English literature -- 18th century -- History and criticism.
English literature -- Black authors -- History and criticism.
Slavery in literature.
Slaves' writings, English -- History and criticism.
Alt author Carretta, Vincent.
Gould, Philip.

Subject Equiano, Olaudah, 1745-1797. Interesting narrative of the life of Olaudah Equiano.
Hammon, Briton. Narrative of the uncommon sufferings, and surprising deliverance of Briton Hammon, a Negro man.
Sancho, Ignatius, 1729-1780 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Wheatley, Phillis, 1753-1784 -- Criticism and interpretation.
African literature (English)
Africans -- Foreign countries -- Historiography.
Blacks in literature.
English literature -- 18th century -- History and criticism.
English literature -- Black authors -- History and criticism.
Slavery in literature.
Slaves' writings, English -- History and criticism.
Descript 1 online resource (282 pages)
Content text txt
Media computer c
Carrier online resource cr
Contents Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of Figures; Introduction / Vincent Carretta and Philip Gould; PART ONE ""RACE"" AND ""GENDER"" IN THE EARLY BLACK ATLANTIC; ""Betrayed by Some of My Own Complexion"": Cugoano, Abolition, and the Contemporary Language of Racialism; NOTES; NOTES; Race, Redemption, and Captivity in the Narratives of Briton Hammon and John Marrant; Being a Man: Olaudah Equiano and Ignatius Sancho; NOTES; Volatile Subjects: The History of Mary Prince; THE ""HISTORY""; MARGINALIA; MR PRINGLE; Miss STRICKLAND; AUTHORIZATION; VOLATILE BODIES; NOTES.
PART TWO MARKET CULTURE AND RACIAL AUTHORITYLetters of the Old Calibar Slave Trade, 1760-1789; APPENDIX; GRANDY KING GEORGE; NOTES; ""Remarkable Liberty"": Language and Identity in Eighteenth-Century Black Autobiography; THE FREE CARPENTER; THE VENTURE CAPITALIST; NOTES; ""Property of Author"": Olaudah Equiano's Place in the History of the Book; NOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; WORKS CITED; PART THREE LANGUAGE AND THE ""OTHER"": THE QUESTION OF DIFFERENCE; ""Surprizing Deliverance""?: Slavery and Freedom, Language, and Identity in the Narrative of Briton Hammon, ""A Negro Man""
SLAVERY, FREEDOM, AND AUTHORITY IN THE ATLANTIC WORLDSLAVERY, PRINT, AND THE POLITICS OF IDENTITY AND ALLEGIANCE IN LATE-COLONIAL MASSACHUSETTS; CODA-NEW BEGINNINGS; NOTES; On Her Own Footing: Phillis Wheatley in Freedom; NOTES; ""Thou Hast the Holy Word"": Jupiter Hammon's ""Regards"" to Phillis Wheatley; NOTES; Ignatius Sancho's Letters: Sentimental Libertinism and the Politics of Form; NOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; Benjamin Banneker's Revision of Thomas Jefferson: Conscience Versus Science in the Early American Antislavery Debate; NOTES; WORKS CITED.
Fifth of July: Nathaniel Paul and the Construction of Black NationalismNOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; INDEX.
Note English.
Alt author Carretta, Vincent.
Gould, Philip.
ISBN 9780813159461 (electronic bk.)
0813159466 (electronic bk.)
1322597324
9781322597324
0813122031
9780813122038

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