WRITING FOR JUSTICE: Victor Sejour, the Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara, and the Age of Transatlantic Emancipations
Presents a richly layered study of the cultural and intellectual atmosphere of mid-nineteenth century Europe and the United States, through close readings of the life and works of Victor Sejour, an expatriate American Creole from New Orleans living in Paris. Illus.
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