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Published: 01 November 2014

186 Pages | 7 b/w illustrations

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ISBN: 9781781381137


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Fathers, Daughters, and Slaves

Women Writers and French Colonial Slavery

Doris Y. Kadish

Liverpool University Press

Liverpool Studies in International Slavery LUP

  • Supplies a woman-centered approach to French colonial and post-colonial studies
  • Shows the inextricable links between nineteenth, twentieth, and twenty-first century Francophone studies
  • Illuminates the early decades of French literature and history, casting Romanticism in a world historical perspective
  • Expands knowledge of the French colonial literary corpus by bringing to light authors (Charlotte Dard, Sophie Doin) whose considerable importance for diasporic studies and women's history has been overlooked
  • It contributes to a fuller understanding of slavery and abolition in the French-speaking and larger Atlantic worlds