The History of Mary Princeby Mary Prince
Born in Bermuda in the late 18th century, Mary Prince was a Black woman who survived enslavement in the colonial world of the Caribbean. She orally told her story to a third party, who transcribed it. First published in England in 1831, "The History of Mary Prince, a West Indian Slave" is one of the most important narratives of the slave experience in the Americas.
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I often found it hard to follow because I read it on my Droid phone, so I could barely tell when the Author was talking or when the excerpts were actually by Ms Prince