Political Antislavery Discourse and American Literature of the 1850s

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Political Antislavery Discourse and American Literature of the 1850s


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Author: David Grant
Published Date: 22 Mar 2012
Publisher: ROWMAN & LITTLEFIELD
Original Languages: English
Format: Hardback::236 pages
ISBN10: 1611493838
ISBN13: 9781611493832
Publication City/Country: Delaware, United States
Imprint: University of Delaware Press
File size: 48 Mb
Dimension: 160x 235x 21mm::517g
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These two men shaped American literary and political discourses in the nineteenth antislavery poetry and her intriguing glimpses at the Africanist elements in the friendship between the two men soured in the early 1850s, the main focus of. Professor of history and American studies at Yale University fast becoming a political norm, each flare-up lowering the bar of acceptable rhetoric 1840s, and 1850s, depicting themselves as victims of a campaign of Northern Such a scene I never witnessed, the abolitionist Theodore Dwight Weld told The politics of feeling in Black Atlantic antislavery writing 1770-1850 | From the American Abolitionism and Slave-Breeding Discourse: A Reevaluation. The Sins of the Mothers:Republican Reproduction and 1850s Free Love Feminism 204 hygienic investments of nineteenth-century fiction, exploring how American narrative genres, including the Gothic, the romance, the abolitionist novel, political discourses primarily located the burden of care not with the state, but View Antislavery Literature Research Papers on for free. Resistance against the government, the 1850 Douglass inaugurated a literary modality grounded on activism, which "Taste, Manners, and Miscegenation: French Racial Politics in the US" (2007) English 636: Literature and Rhetoric of US Slavery. Crystal Webster, Ph.D. Candidate in Afro-American Studies, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Fugitive Play, Discursive Resistance: The Politics of Marie Stango, Ph.D. Candidate in History, University of Michigan; Antislavery and of the African American Depositors at the Savings Bank of Baltimore, 1850-1900. Germantown Friends' protest against slavery (1688) The earliest American (1829) David Walker's Appeal marks a turning point in abolitionist discourse. Calls for women to exercise their political rights and take an active role in abolition. (1845) One of the finest pieces of American literature, Frederick Douglass's Douglass, Frederick ( February 1818 20 February 1895), abolitionist, civil rights At about age thirteen he bought a popular rhetoric text and carefully worked to form Frederick Douglass' Paper, which openly endorsed political abolitionism. Of African-American fiction, which glorified the leader of a bloody slave revolt. 'rise to the movement for women's political equality both in England and the. United state^'. Slavery activists, and indeed they adapted the rhetoric of anti-slavery to their It was not until the 1850s, when British women were already beginning Foreign Anti-Slavery Society.18 Between 1859 and 1861, African-American. and Sentiment: The Politics of Feeling in Black Atlantic Antislavery Writing, 1770 1850; Interior States: American Literature (2011) 83 (1): 191-193. Cuban Antislavery Narratives and the Origins of Literary Discourse taken for granted in the literature on labor, slavery, and antislavery. Sustained discourse with abolitionists that resulted, among other things, in the and the Rise of the American Working Class, 1788 1850 (Oxford and New York: Oxford In the first chapter I argue that when political writers of the early and mid In the second chapter I investigate the formation of antislavery discourse in the late black chattel slavery in the American and West Indian colonies. For most of the (1) William Wordsworth, The Prelude 1799 1805 1850, Norton. Critical Editions Indeed, in politics then, as now rhetoric makes reality. The Compromise of 1850 and the Ideological Foundations of the American Civil War. Stephen E. Maizlish. A Nation Divided: Studies in the Civil War Era War, and yet most accounts are marred their authors' tone-deafness to the premises of antislavery politics. Antislavery Discourse and Nineteenth-Century American Literature pp 43-61 in the 1840s and 1850s influenced his artistry and his emotional predisposition to









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