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Hagar's daughter : a story of Southern caste prejudice

Author: Pauline E Hopkins; John Cullen Gruesser; Alisha R Knight
Publisher: Peterborough, Ontario : Broadview Press, [2021]
Series: Broadview editions.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The novel itself features concealed and mistaken identities, dramatic revelations, and extraordinary plot twists. In Part 1, Maryland plantation heirs Hagar Sargeant and Ellis Enson fall in love, marry, and have a daughter. However, Ellis's covetous younger brother, St. Clair, claims that Hagar is of mixed-race ancestry, putting her and her infant in peril. When Ellis is presumed to be dead, St. Clair sells Hagar  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Historical fiction
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Hopkins, Pauline E. (Pauline Elizabeth)
Hagar's daughter.
Peterborough : Broadview Editions, 2020
(OCoLC)1200513034
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Pauline E Hopkins; John Cullen Gruesser; Alisha R Knight
ISBN: 9781554815630 1554815630
OCLC Number: 1182851568
Notes: Originally serialized in Colored American Magazine from 1901-1902.
Description: 366 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 22 cm.
Contents: Machine generated contents note: Pauline Elizabeth Hopkins: A Brief Chronology --
A Note on the Text --
Hagar's Daughter: A Story of Southern Caste Prejudice --
Appendix A Hagar's Daughter Synopsis in the Colored American Magazine (1902) --
Appendix B Promoting Hagar's Daughter --
1. Cover of the Colored American Magazine (March 1901) --
2. Advertisement for Contending Forces, Colored American Magazine (March 1902) --
3. Subscription Advertisement for Colored American Magazine (March 1902) --
4. From "Editorial and Publishers' Announcements," Colored American Magazine (March 1902) --
Appendix C Race/History --
1. From Pauline E. Hopkins, "Hon. Frederick Douglass," Colored American Magazine (December 1900) --
2. John Greenleaf Whittier, "Moloch in State Street" (1851) --
3. From "Gen. Robert Smalls," National Republican (6 March 1886) --
4. From Pauline E. Hopkins, "Munroe Rogers," Colored American Magazine (November 1902) --
Appendix D The Figure of Hagar --
1. Genesis 16 and 21 --
2. From Pauline E. Hopkins, "Artists," Famous Women of the Negro Race, X, Colored American Magazine (September 1902) --
3. Eliza Poitevent Nicholson, "Hagar," The Cosmopolitan (November 1893) --
Appendix E Popular Genres and Literary Experimentation --
1. From Pauline E. Hopkins, Peculiar Sam (1879) --
2. Pauline E. Hopkins, "Talma Gordon," Colored American Magazine (October 1900) --
3. Pauline E. Hopkins, "A Dash for Liberty," Colored American Magazine (August 1901) --
Appendix F Gender --
1. From Pauline E. Hopkins, "Phenomenal Vocalists," Famous Women of the Negro Race, I, Colored American Magazine (November 1901) --
2. From J. Shirley Shadrach, "Furnace Blasts. II. Black or White --
Which Should Be the Young Afro-American's Choice in Marriage," Colored American Magazine (March 1903) --
3. From Pauline E. Hopkins to W[illiam] M[onroe] Trotter (16 April 1905) --
Appendix G Borrowings/Plagiarism/Signifying --
1. Illustration from Harriet Beecher Stowe, Uncle Tom's Cabin (1852) --
2. From William Wells Brown, Clotel; or, The President's Daughter, Chapter 2 and Chapter 25 (1853) --
3. Fanny Driscoll, "Two Women," Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly (May 1884) --
Appendix H Contemporary Responses to Hagar's Daughter --
1. "The Colored Magazine," Weekly Economist (15 March 1901) --
2. From "Editorial and Publishers' Announcements," Colored American Magazine (March 1903).
Series Title: Broadview editions.
Responsibility: Pauline Elizabeth Hopkins ; edited by John Cullen Gruesser and Alisha R. Knight.

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Pauline Elizabeth Hopkins's first serial novel, published in the Boston-based Colored American Magazine (1901-1902). The novel itself features concealed and mistaken identities, dramatic revelations,  Read more...

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"John Cullen Gruesser and Alisha R. Knight have recovered a new American classic by novelist and Colored American Magazine editor Pauline Elizabeth Hopkins. Hagar's Daughter has it all: political Read more...

 
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