The first instance of detailed scholarly engagement with the cultural legacy of John Brown, this collection seeks to examine the lasting impact of Brown and his armed slave rebellion of 1859.
About the Author :
Andrew Taylor has contributed to The Afterlife of John Brown as an editor.
Andrew Taylor is a Lecturer in American Literature, University of Edinburgh. Eldrid Herrington is an Assistant Professor of English, University College Dublin.
|Title:||The Afterlife of John Brown||Publisher:||Palgrave MacMillan|
|Author:||Andrew Taylor, Eldrid Herrington|
|No. of Pages:||243|
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