Freedom's empire : race and the rise of the novel in Atlantic modernity, 1640-1940 / Laura Doyle.

In this pathbreaking work of scholarship, Laura Doyle reveals the central, formative role of race in the development of a transnational, English-language literature over three centuries. Identifying a recurring freedom plot organized around an Atlantic Ocean crossing, Doyle shows how this plot struc...

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Main Author: Doyle, Laura
Format: Book
Published: Durham : Duke University Press, 2008.

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Call Number: PS371 .D69 2008
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