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Blake; Or, The Huts of America by Martin R. Delany,Jerome McGann

By Martin R. Delany,Jerome McGann

Martin R. Delany’s Blake (c. 1860) tells the tale of Henry Blake’s break out from a southern plantation and his travels within the united states, Canada, Africa, and Cuba on a venture to unite blacks of the Atlantic quarter within the fight for freedom. Jerome McGann’s version deals the 1st right printing of the paintings and an authoritative introduction.

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