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The Minority Presence in American Literature, 1600-1900 4 editions

Cover of: The Minority Presence in American Literature, 1600-1900 | Philip Butcher

"In "Waiting at the Station," from Sketches and Travels in London, written more than a hundred years ago about class distinctions in England, William Makepeace Thackeray dramatized the conscience-salving rationalizations that the dominant group in a society uses in dismissing its subordinates as essentially alien and beyond the pale: We are amongst a number of people waiting for the Blackwell train at the Fenchurch Street Station."

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Cover of: The Minority Presence in American Literature, 1600-1900
November 1984, Howard University Press
The Minority Presence in American Literature, 1600-1900
Paperback in English
Cover of: The Minority Presence in American Literature, 1600-1900
November 1984, Howard Univ Pr
The Minority Presence in American Literature, 1600-1900
Paperback in English
Cover of: The Minority Presence in American Literature, 1600-1900
November 1977, Howard University Press
The Minority Presence in American Literature, 1600-1900
Hardcover in English
Cover of: Minority Presence in American Literature 1600 1900
June 1977, Howard University Press
Minority Presence in American Literature 1600 1900
Paperback in English

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