Black Abolitionist Fiction: The Formulaic Art of Douglass, Brown Delany and Webb


  • James Fulcher

    1. Associate professor at Lincoln College where he teaches American Studies and interdisciplinary humanities. His articles on interdisciplinary studies and nineteenth-century American culture appear in such journals as “The Journal of Aesthetic Education” and “The Markham Review.” His current projects concern relations of popular culture, ethnic literatures and traditional thought.
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