The Cambridge companion to Frederick Douglass
|Corporate Author:||Cambridge collections online.|
|Other Authors:||Lee, Maurice S.|
Cambridge University Press,
Cambridge companions to American studies.
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Table of Contents:
- Douglass's self-making and the culture of abolitionism / John Stauffer
- Identity in the autobiographies / Robert S. Levine
- Douglass as orator and editor / Sarah Meer
- Crisis and faith in Douglass's work / John Ernest
- Violence, manhood, and war in Douglass / Maurice O. Wallace
- Human law and higher law / Gregg Crane
- Sentimental Douglass / Arthur Riss
- Douglass among the Romantics / Bill E. Lawson
- Douglass's Black Atlantic: Britain, Europe, Egypt / Paul Giles
- Douglass's Black Atlantic: the Caribbean / Ifeoma C. K. Nwankwo
- Douglass, ideological slavery, and postbellum racial politics / Gene Andrew Jarrett
- Born in slavery: echoes and legacies / Valerie Smith.