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Authors, Black, Literature-Black authors, Blacks-Intellectual life, Slave narratives, Conversion in literature, Marrant, John, 1755-1791. Narrative of the Lord's wonderful dealings with John Marrant, Prince, Mary. History of Mary Prince, Thwaites, Elizabeth Hart, 1772-1833. History of Methodism, Gilbert, Ann Hart, 1773-1833. History of Methodism, Gilroy, Paul, Black Atlantic literature, Captivity narrative, Conversion narrative, Hart, Elizabeth, Hart, Anne, Genre, Public sphere and counterpublic, Black-Race identity, Black identity, Nationalism, Authorial control, Colonial rhetoric
Zehnder, Madeline Lee, "Telling, retelling, and not telling : narrating the black Atlantic" (2013). Honors Project, Smith College, Northampton, MA.
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