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- Hysteria and trauma in Pauline Hopkins’ ‘Of One Blood, Or, the Hidden Self.’
- “Although I will briefly discuss Of One Blood as an ‘hysterical’ text, my primary foci are the ways in which Hopkins racializes the turn-of-the-century discourse on hysteria by considering its relevance to African American women and girls victimized by sexual trauma during and after slavery. She interprets the behaviors and symptomatology of hysteria as expressions of the very specific trauma inherent in the political and familial histories of black women: rape and incest perpetrated by white men.”
- Contains: Content Analysis
- Author: Deborah Horvitz
- From: African American Review Summer, 1999
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