Clotelle

Clotelle

Clotelle

William Wells Brown

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Universal-Publishers.com
Año de edición:
1998
ISBN:
9781581128994
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Clotelle; or the Colored Heroine by William Wells Brown (1814 - 1884) was originally printed by the Press of Geo. C Rand and Avery in 1867. This reproduction is reset line-for-line, page-for-page from a copy in the Negro Collection of the Fisk University Library by Jeffrey Young & Associates. 3

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