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From:African American Review (Vol. 45, Issue 1-2) Peer-ReviewedDouglass in London 1861 (after reading about the lecture by H. Box Brown ) There is no caked-on black face, no banjo, no dancing but night after night he makes minstrel of his own rescue, for crowds already expecting...
From:African American Review (Vol. 45, Issue 1-2) Peer-ReviewedInterrogating Wordsworth (and Keats, Shelley, and Byron) When they molded mountains into metaphor wrote verses about bridges and nightingales did the rattle of chains, the low insistent wail bitter the tea, make that...
From:African American Review (Vol. 45, Issue 1-2) Peer-ReviewedDouglass in Cedar Hill (Washington, DC, 1872 ) She made her journeys to see me in the night, traveling the whole distance on foot, after the performance of her day's work (Narrative of the Life , 1845) Each time I...
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