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Trafficking Subjects : The Politics Of Mobility In Nineteenth-Century America, Paperback / softback Book

Trafficking Subjects : The Politics Of Mobility In Nineteenth-Century America Paperback / softback

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Simpson (English, U. of Alberta, Canada) begins with a reading of the Confessions of Nat Turner and explores the legal discourse of human movement under the institution of slavery.

Shifting to fictional discourses of Edgar Allan Poe and Herman Melville, he discusses the commercial power of travel narratives in the emergent capitalist publishing ind

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