Douglass' Women

Douglass' Women

A Novel

Book - 2002
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The critically acclaimed author of "Voodoo Dreams" brings to life the fortunes of two actual 19th-century women who fell in love with the legendary Frederick Douglass. Against a background marked by a burgeoning women's rights movement, the disastrous raid on Harper's Ferry, and the Civil War, "Douglass' Women" is an unforgettable epic full of heartache and triumph.
Publisher: New York ; Toronto : Atria Books, c2002.
ISBN: 9780743410090
0743410092
Branch Call Number: FIC Rhode
Characteristics: 358 p.

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Jan 20, 2014

I love Frederick Douglass' activism, speeches, and courage. For those things, he will always be an icon. But reading this book makes you feel for the women in his life and then Douglass doesn't look so grand. I understand falling in love when you weren't planning to but then asking your wife to let your mistress live in your house for a few months each year for over a decade is the epitome of male arrogance. This book is absorbing and worth reading.

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