Pauline Elizabeth Hopkins : Black daughter of the Revolution

Brown, Lois, 1966-

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Notes

  • Includes bibliographical references (pages [631]-664) and index.

Contents

  • Black daughter, Black history -- Patriarchal facts and fictions -- The creation of a Boston family -- Progressive arts and the public sphere -- Dramatic freedom : The slaves' escape; or, The underground railroad -- Spectacular matters : "Boston's favorite colored soprano" and entertainment culture in New England -- Literary advocacy : women's work, race activism, and lynching -- For humanity : the public work of Contending forces -- Contending forces as ancestral narrative -- Cooperative enterprises -- (Wo)manly testimony : the Colored American magazine and public history -- Love, loss, and the reconstitution of paradise : Hagar's daughter and the work of mystery -- "Boyish hopes" and the politics of brotherhood : Winona, a tale of Negro life in the South and Southwest -- The souls and spirits of Black folk : pan-Africanism and racial recovery in Of one blood and other writings -- Witness to the truth : the public and private demise of the Colored American magazine -- The Colored American magazine in New York City -- New alliances : Pauline Hopkins and the Voice of the Negro -- Well known as a race writer : Pauline Hopkins as public intellectual -- The New era magazine and a "singlewoman of Boston" -- Cambridge days
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