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The curse of caste, or, The slave bride

a rediscovered African American novel

by Julia C. Collins

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Racially mixed people -- Fiction,
  • Family secrets -- Fiction,
  • New Orleans (La.) -- Fiction

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Other titlesCurse of caste., Slave bride.
    Statementby Julia C. Collins ; edited by William L. Andrews and Mitch Kachun.
    GenreFiction.
    ContributionsAndrews, William L., 1946-, Kachun, Mitchell A.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS1359.C563 C65 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationlxviii, 139 p. ;
    Number of Pages139
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15978301M
    ISBN 100195301595, 0195301609
    ISBN 109780195301595, 9780195301601
    LC Control Number2006007859
    OCLC/WorldCa65204940

    Get this from a library! The curse of caste, or, The slave bride: a rediscovered African American novel. [Julia C Collins; William L Andrews; Mitchell A Kachun; Cairns Collection of American Women Writers.] -- In , The Christian Recorder, the national newspaper of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, serialized The Curse of Caste; or The Slave Bride, a novel written by Mrs. Julia C. The Curse of Caste; or the Slave Bride was published serially in The Christian Recorder.. It belongs to the sentimental genre, with an angelic young heroine who has a mysterious past. The serial style of its publication emphasized the melodrama even more, leaving readers hanging from one entry to the next.

    Julia C. Collins (c. – Novem ), was an African American schoolteacher in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, who in and contributed essays and other writings to The Christian Recorder, a publication of the African Methodist Episcopal ng in January , her novel, The Curse of Caste, or the Slave Bride was serialized in the pages of the Christian Recorder. Get this from a library! The curse of caste, or, The slave bride: a rediscovered African American novel. [Julia C Collins; William L Andrews; Mitchell A Kachun] -- In , The Christian Recorder, the national newspaper of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, serialized The Curse of Caste; or The Slave Bride, a novel written by Mrs. Julia C. Collins, an.

      A reader familiar with 19th-century African American fiction might turn the last page of Julia C. Collins's The Curse of Caste; or The Slave Bride in disappointment because the novel does not satisfy expectations that initiated readers bring to antebellum fiction written by African Americans. In , William L. Andrews, an English literature professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Mitch Kachun, a history professor at Western Michigan University, brought to light Julia C. Collins' The Curse of Caste; or The Slave Bride (), first published in serial form in the Christian Recorder, newspaper of the AME.


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Their opportunities for happiness through love and marriage are jeopardized by slavery and caste discrimination, hence "the curse of caste." On the day that Claire is bom, Lina, an enslaved Octoroon, dies - leaving Claire ignorant of her heritage and ancestry.

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