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I read this book after a history professor mentioned her casein class.
To me, it felt like the author was trying to fill the holes left by Celia's lack of historical evidence with other, well-documented events of the time period.
In this short book, Melton McLaurin has accomplished more than many historians accomplish in hundreds of pages.
This book was not my favorite. It could not keep my interest.Published 6 days ago by rhonda stinnett
I was hard pressed to find anything about Celia.Everything about her was said in a few paragraphs.Published 7 days ago by c o l
It was in great condition, and arrived on time. I read it for my history class. Definitely not my type of read, it was a lot more captivating than expected, but that still didn't... Read morePublished 26 days ago by Ivette Miranda
Interesting book that uses a true story about a real person to illustrate the moral and legal dilemmas brought about by the "peculiar institution" of slavery.Published 28 days ago by Aaron J.
We need more books like it, because people are not talking about history like they should. There's nothing like a book to read. I'm glad I read this book.Published 1 month ago by Birdell H. Reed