Winona: A Tale of Negro Life in the South and Southwest

Winona: A Tale of Negro Life in the South and Southwest

Winona A Tale of Negro Life in the South and Southwest Pauline Elizabeth Hopkins also wrote as Sarah A Allen was a prominent early African American novelist journalist playwright and editor She is considered a pioneer in her use of the romant

  • Title: Winona: A Tale of Negro Life in the South and Southwest
  • Author: Pauline Elizabeth Hopkins
  • ISBN: 9781409923541
  • Page: 168
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pauline Elizabeth Hopkins also wrote as Sarah A Allen 1859 1930 was a prominent early African American novelist, journalist, playwright, and editor She is considered a pioneer in her use of the romantic novel to explore social and racial themes Hopkins earliest known work, Slaves Escape or, The Underground Railroad is one of the earliestknown literary treatmentPauline Elizabeth Hopkins also wrote as Sarah A Allen 1859 1930 was a prominent early African American novelist, journalist, playwright, and editor She is considered a pioneer in her use of the romantic novel to explore social and racial themes Hopkins earliest known work, Slaves Escape or, The Underground Railroad is one of the earliestknown literary treatments of slaves escaping to freedom She explored the difficulties faced by African Americans amid the racist violence of post Civil War America in her first novel, Contending Forces, published in 1900 She published a number of serial novels over the next sixteen years as well as short stories in African American periodicals Hopkins spent the remainder of her years working as a stenographer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Amongst her other works are Hagar s Daughter 1901 and Winona A Tale of Negro Life in the South and Southwest 1902.

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    Going West as an escape from slavery, via the Old South, and John Brown's Kansas. And it ain't all just black and white.

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