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by Pauline Hopkins

Critical sites about Winona

“Kin’ o’rough jestice fer a parson”: Pauline Hopkins’s ‘Winona’ and the politics of reconstructing history
“Pauline Hopkins’s 1902 novel ‘Winona’ raises important issues that underscore her position as a black woman writer.”
Contains: Historical Context,
Author: Martha H. Patterson
From: African American Review Fall, 1998

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Last Updated Apr 29, 2013