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Title: Sketches of Southern Life
Authors: Harper, Frances
Keywords: Poetry
Issue Date: 15-Feb-2022
Publisher: Toronto Metropolitan University
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Abstract: Sketches of Southern Life (1872) is a poetry anthology by American abolitionist and writer Frances Ellen Watkins Harper. Using topics like family, education, religion, slavery, and Reconstruction, the anthology is a commentary on the concerns of African-Americans living in the South. Though it is not her most well-known work, Sketches of Southern Life is considered by historians of African-American literature to be one of Harper's best works.
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