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Eudora Welty: Seeing Black and White

by Robert MacNeil

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Questions about the cultural interaction between whites and enslaved blacks in the antebellum South have long aroused controversy. Was there one dominant culture? Two separate cultures? One shared culture? Were interaction and interchange between the races possible? The essays collected here attempt to give answers and conclusions and to bring the picture of cultural life in the antebellum South into clearer focus.

With essays and commentaries by

Sylvia R. Frey

Elliott J. Gorn

Robert L. Hall

Charles Joyner

Lawrence T. McDonnell

Bill C. Malone

Leslie Howard Owens

Mechal Sobel

Brenda Stevenson

John Michael Vlach

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:18:42 -0400)

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