ABSTRACT

First published in 1994. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

chapter 1|17 pages

LOOKS THAT KILL

Violence and representation in Aphra Behn’s Oroonoko Anne Fogarty

chapter 2|22 pages

SEX, SLAVERY AND RIGHTS IN MARY WOLLSTONECRAFT'S VINDICATIONS

ByJane Moore

chapter 3|24 pages

"THAT MILD BEAM"

Enlightenment and enslavement in William Blake’s Visions o f the Daughters of Albion Steven Vine

chapter 4|30 pages

"SILENT REVOLT"

Slavery and the politics of metaphor in Jane Eyre Carl Plasa

chapter 5|24 pages

ANGLO-AMERICAN CONNECTIONS

Elizabeth Gaskell, Harriet Beecher Stowe and the “Iron of slavery Elizabeth Jean Sabiston

chapter 6|26 pages

"PAINTING BY NUMBERS"

ByFiguring Frederick Douglass Betty J. Ring

chapter 8|25 pages

THE IRONY OF IDEALISM

William Faulkner and the South’s construction of the mulatto David Lawrence Rogers CONFUSING THE ISSUE: HUGHES AND THE INCESTUOUS HYBRID

chapter 9|26 pages

PROPHESYING BODIES

Calling for a politics of collectivity in Toni Morrison’s Beloved April Lidinsky