Transatlantic literature of the long eighteenth century /
In 1789, before the abolition of slavery in Great Britain or the United States of America, poet William Blake quietly appealed to the public's sense of humanity in Songs of Innocence Other the poem, "The Little Black Boy." In that same year, a former slave named Olaudah Equiano was ca...
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