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Nele Sawallisch, Fugitive Borders: Black Canadian Cross-Border Literature at Mid-Nineteenth Century (Bielefeld: transcript, 2018), 218 pp.

Paula von Gleich


Pages 103 - 106

DOI https://doi.org/10.33675/AMST/2020/1/9


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