Haitian Revolutionary Fictions

This landmark volume includes many celebrated authors--such as Alexandre Dumas, Victor Hugo, Heinrich von Kleist, Alphonse de Lamartine, William Wordsworth, Harriet Martineau, and William Edgar Easton--but the editors also present here for ...

Haitian Revolutionary Fictions

Ultimately, the publication of this capacious body of literature that spans three continents offers students, scholars, and the curious reader alike a unique glimpse into the tremendous global impact the Haitian Revolution had on the print culture of the Atlantic world.New World Studies

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