Autobiography Of A Female Slave (Arc Classics)

Autobiography Of A Female Slave (Arc Classics)

Arcturus Publishing

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In this compelling novel that is so strongly grounded in reality it is hard to believe it is fiction. Martha Griffith Browne tells the harrowing life story of Ann, a woman born into slavery and forced to undergo untold hardships. Browne's novel is a stunning condemnation of slavery and all those who supported it. From its first publication more than 150 years ago, readers have been moved to action by its powerful message.



Martha Griffith Browne (1828-1906) was a leading abolitionist and suffragist. She published her most famous novel, Autobiography of a Female Slave in 1856. She was a white woman who came from a slave-owning family but strongly protested the existence of slavery in the United States, and remained a committed activist until her death.

Pub Date: 2021
Format: Paperback
Pages: 368
Size: 5.00 x 8.00 inches

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