Approaches to Teaching Narrative of the Life of Fredrick Douglass
About the Author
James C. Hall is assistant professor of African America studies and English at the University of Illinois, Chicago. He is the editor of Langston Hughes: A Collection of Poems (1998), coeditor of Teaching a New Canon: Students, Teachers, and Texts in the College Literature Classroom (1995), and author of Mercy, Mercy Me: African American Culture and the American Sixties (forthcoming).
"This well-planned and instructive collection fills a great need for both the seasoned and beginning teacher of Douglass's Narrative. Hall's book is especially welcome for its breadth of informed suggestions and experienced reflections on how the Narrative and a wide range of recent scholarship on it can be taught in the multiple course contexts." —William L. Andrews, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
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