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Harriet Wilson’s New England
Race, Writing, and Region
JerriAnne Boggis, ed.; Eve Allegra Raimon, ed.; Barbara W. White, ed.; Henry Louis Gates, Jr., fwd.

University of New Hampshire Press



Contents

• Foreword – Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
• Acknowledgments
• Introduction: Making Space for Harriet E. Wilson
• NEW HAMSHIRE'S "SHADOWS": CONTEXT AND HISTORY
• Of Bottles and Books: Reconsidering the Readers of Harriet Wilson’s
Our Nig – Eric Gardner
• Harriet Wilson’s Mentors: The Walkers of Worcester – Barbara A. White
• George and Timothy Blanchard: Surviving and Thriving in Nineteenth-Century Milford – Reginald H. Pitts
• “As Soon as I Saw My Sable Brother, I Felt More at Home”: Sampson Battis, Harriet Wilson, and New Hampshire Town History – David H. Watters
• New Hampshire Forgot: African Americans in a Community by the Sea – Valerie Cunningham
• READING “SKETCHES FROM THE LIFE OF A FREE BLACK”: GENRE AND GENDER
• Slavery’s Shadows: Narrative Chiaroscuro and
Our Nig – Mary Louise Kete
• Recovered Autobiographies and the Marketplace:
Our Nig’s Generic Genealogies and Harriet Wilson’s Entrepreneurial Enterprise – P. Gabrielle Foreman
• The Disorderly Girl in Harriet E. Wilson’s
Our Nig – Lisa E. Green
• Beyond the Page: Rape and the Failure of Genre – Cassandra Jackson
• Miss Marsh’s Uncommon School Reform – Eve Allegra Raimon
• Fairy Tales and
Our Nig: Feminist Approaches to Teaching Harriet Wilson’s Novel – Helen Frink
• “A FAITHFUL BAND OF SUPPORTERS AND DEFENDERS”: PERSONAL REFLECTIONS
• Losing Equilibrium: Harriet E. Wilson, Frado, and Me – John Ernest
• Discovering Harriet Wilson in My Own Backyard – William Allen
• A Conversation with Tami Sanders – Gloria Henry
• Not Somewhere Else, But Here – JerriAnne Boggis
• Contributors
• Index

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