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The poetry of Frances E. W. Harper, like her prose and journalism, was targeted at the injustices of late 19th-century American society.

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The poetry of Frances E. W. Harper, like her prose and journalism, was targeted at the injustices of late 19th-century American society.

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The 1958 “Historical Cookbook of the American Negro” proves that a cookbook can be an object of delight without being full of glossy photos of food.

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