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ENGL 150: Animate Objects (HC) Spring 2015
English / Writing Program 150: Animate Objects (Reckson) Spring 2015
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Phillis Wheatley in Special Collections
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Poems on Various Subjects: Religious and Moral by Phyillis Wheatley, 1773
Phillis Wheatley was taken by slavers as a small child. Her slaveowners in Massachusetts taught her to read and encouraged her gift for writing poetry. Read more
in the American National Biography.
Memoir and poems of Phillis Wheatley: a native African and a slave
The 1835 2nd edition, including an unsigned memoir of Wheatley's life.
Memoir and poems of Phillis Wheatley: a native African and a slave. Also Poems by a slave
Also includes "Poems by a slave" by George Moses Horton. This is the third edition.
Letter to Arbour Tanner
A May 19, 1772 letter from Wheatley to a friend, relating her religious views.
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