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The Representation of Slavery in Cuban Fiction

by Lorna V. Williams

The Representation of Slavery in Cuban Fiction Synopsis

The Representation of Slavery in Cuban Fiction by Lorna V. Williams

The Representation of Slavery in Cuban Fiction Press Reviews

The Representation of Slavery offers mature and thoughtful readings of important antislavery fiction. . . . Clearly written and well-documented, Williams's study constitutes an important contribution to Afro-Hispanic critical discourse. --Revista de Estudios Hispanicos The Representation of Slavery offers mature and thoughtful readings of important antislavery fiction. . . . Clearly written and well-documented, Williams's study constitutes an important contribution to Afro-Hispanic critical discourse. -- Revista de Estudios Hispanicos The Representation of Slavery offers mature and thoughtful readings of important antislavery fiction. . . . Clearly written and well-documented, Williams's study constitutes an important contribution to Afro-Hispanic critical discourse. -- Revista de Estudios Hispanicos

Book Information

ISBN: 9780826209573
Publication date: 31st July 1994
Author: Lorna V. Williams
Publisher: University of Missouri Press
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 224 pages
Categories: Literary studies: fiction, novelists & prose writers, Literary studies: c 1800 to c 1900 , Slavery & abolition of slavery,

About Lorna V. Williams

Lorna Valerie Williams is Associate Professor of Spanish-American Literature at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. She is the author of Self and Society in the Poetry of Nicolas Guillen and of numerous essays on Afro-Hispanic literature.

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