Gender and race in antebellum popular culture /
In the decades leading to the Civil War, popular conceptions of African American men shifted dramatically. The savage slave featured in 1830s novels and stories gave way by the 1850s to the less-threatening humble Black martyr. This radical reshaping of Black masculinity in American culture occurred...
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E185.625 .R68 2014
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