- Tapa dura: 360 páginas
- Editor: Andesite Press (8 de agosto de 2015)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1296555941
- ISBN-13: 978-1296555948
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Memorials of a Southern Planter (Inglés) Tapa dura – 8 ago 2015
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In one section there are extensive quotes from stories told by "Mammy Harriet", where her patois is represented in the text, but Mammy Harriet speaks good English when quoting something the white folks have said (there even is an explanatory footnote). To me, this means she could speak 'proper English' (having lived with the white family all her life), but it was expected of her (without conscious thought) by the white family, that she speak as all the slaves (here always referred to as servants, never as slaves) were supposed to speak. Was this a case of self-delusion on the part of this and other white slave-holding families? Your guess. We can't judge the past, we can only try to understand it, and see it as clearly as possible. This book is a good peep into a portion of our past.