Of One Blood: Or, The Hidden Self
A lost worlds thriller written in 1902 by the pioneering black writer of black fiction. The story of Reuel is fuelled by love, betrayal and a heavy undertow of the supernatural; an impulsive medical student he travels from Boston to Ethiopia, discovers a hidden city, ancient treasure and his own heritage. New edition with a new introduction.
Pauline Elizabeth Hopkins (1859–1930), acclaimed African-American novelist and intellectual, was raised in Boston, Massachusetts and first rose to prominence as a playwright and performer before later turning to journalism and literature. Her use of the romantic novel as a medium by which to explore race and social issues, through works such as Contending Forces: A Romance Illustrative of Negro Life North and South, made her a pioneer of her time. As an editor and director of The Colored American Magazine, she wielded significant literary and cultural influence, and went on to write stories and articles for a number of other magazines.
Pub Date: 2021
Size: 5.00 x 7.75 inches
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