Publisher: NYU Press; First Edition edition (July 1, 1996)
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In gaining knowledge of Slavery, Fleischner attracts upon a number disciplines, together with psychoanalysis, African-American stories, literary concept, social background, and gender experiences, to research how the slave narratives--in their engagement with each other and with white women's antislavery fiction--yield a much more amplified and intricate idea of familial dynamics and identification than they've got quite often been suggestion to bare. Her examine exposes the influence of the entangled family members between grasp, mistress, slave adults and slave childrens at the feel of identification of person slave narrators. She explores the ways that our of the social, mental, biological--and literary--crossings and disruptions slavery engendered, those autobiographers created combined, dynamic narrative selves.