Harriet Wilson's New England : race, writing, and region / edited by JerriAnne Boggis, Eve Allegra Raimon, Barbara A. White.
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Durham, N.H. :
University of New Hampshire Press,
|Series:||Revisiting New England.
Table of Contents:
- pt. 1. New Hampshire's "Shadows" : context and history
- Of bottles and books : reconsidering the readers of Harriet Wilson's Our Nig / Eric Gardner
- Harriet Wilson's mentors : the Walkers of Worcester / Barbara A. White
- George and Timothy Blanchard : surviving and thriving in nineteenth-century Milford / Reginald H. Pitts
- "As soon as I saw my sable brother, I felt more at home" : Sampson Battis, Harriet Wilson, and New Hampshire town history / David H. Watters
- New Hampshire forgot : African Americans in a community by the sea / Valerie Cunningham
- pt. 2. Reading "Sketches from the life of a free Black" : genre and gender
- Slavery's shadows : narrative Chiaroscuro and Our Nig / Mary Louise Kete
- Recovered autobiographies and the marketplace : Our Nig's generic genealogies and Harriet Wilson's entrepreneurial enterprise / P. Gabrielle Foreman
- The disorderly girl in Harriet E. Wilson's Our Nig / Lisa E. Green
- Beyond the page : rape and the failure of genre / Cassandra Jackson
- Miss Marsh's uncommon school reform / Eve Allegra Raimon
- Fairy tales and Our Nig : feminist approaches to teaching Harriet Wilson's novel / Helen Frink
- pt. 3. "A faithful band of supporters and defenders" : personal reflections
- Losing equilibrium : Harriet E. Wilson, Frado, and me / John Ernest
- Discovering Harriet Wilson in my own backyard / William Allen
- A conversation with Tami Sanders / Gloria Henry
- Not somewhere else, but here / JerriAnne Boggis.