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by Charles Johnson

Historical novel of a newly freed slave who stows away on a ship bound for Africa.

Characters: Rutherford Calhoun, Isadora Bailey
Keywords: slavery

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Charles Johnson's Tale Of Slaving, Seafaring And Philosophizing
http://www.nytimes.com/books/98/04/05/specials/johnson-tale.html
"In an interview, Johnson says he wanted 'Middle Passage' to be 'a rousing sea-adventure story' and 'philosophical.'"
Author: Eleanor Blau
From: The New York Times January 2, 1991
Author: Eleanor Blau
From: The New York Times January 2, 1991
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Misadventures In The Slave Trade
http://www.nytimes.com/books/98/04/05/specials/johnson-middle.html
"There are problems with Charles Johnson's third novel that might seem to call forth from a reviewer the old cheap-shot treatment. But the genre switches of 'Middle Passage,' from period bodice-ripper to metaphysical drama, are - like every other aspect of this fairly short book - heroic in proportion. There's an endearing and determined recklessness at work here."
Contains: Review,
Author: Thomas Keneally
From: The New York Times July 1, 1990
Author: Thomas Keneally
From: The New York Times July 1, 1990
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