- New World studies
- Introduction: Remapping the Early Slave Narrative / Nicole N. Aljoe -- Irony and Modernity in the Early Slave Narrative : Bonds of Duty, Contracts of Meaning / Ian Finseth -- Trials and Confessions of Fugitive Slave Narratives / Gretchen J. Woertendyke -- "They Us'd Me Pretty Well" : Briton Hammon and Cross-Cultural Alliances in the Maritime Borderlands of the Florida Coast / Jeffrey Gagnon -- Uncommon Sufferings : Rethinking Bondage in A Narrative of the Uncommon Sufferings, and Surprizing Deliverance of Briton Hammon, a Negro Man / Keith Michael Green -- Narrating an Indigestible Trauma : The Alimentary Grammar of Boyrereau Brinch's Middle Passage / Lynn R. Johnson -- "The Most Perfect Picture of Cuban Slavery" : Transatlantic Bricolage in Manzano's and Madden's Poems by a Slave / R.J. Boutelle -- Seeking a Righteous King : A Bahamian Runaway Slave in Cuba / Jose Guadalupe Ortega -- Literary Form and Islamic Identity in The Life of Omar Ibn Said / Basima Kamel Shaheen -- Coda: Animating Absence / Kristina Bross.
- "This volume includes interdisciplinary essays on slave narratives from the Atlantic world of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, focusing on lesser known examples of the genre"--Provided by publisher.
- 9780813936376 hardcover
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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