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|Postscript to the Second Edition||2|
|The History of Mary Prince||3|
|Supplement to the History of Mary Prince||35|
|Appendix A||Narrative of Louis Asa-Asa||61|
|Appendix B||Appendix to the Third Edition||66|
|Appendix C||Mary Prince's Petition Presented to Parliament||68|
Posted November 11, 2012
This is not a novel. This is a published, historical account of a slave born in Antigua and freed on a trip to England with her owners. Mary tells, in a pamplet published by a an abolistionist society, the story of her life in slavery. The account, along with corroborating statements, is to be presented to parliament, as part of a bill to make slaves freed in England, free wherever they may choose to go.
Interesting and moving account of one woman's experience. No added fictionalized dialogue.
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