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" I had never had a white man to treat me as an equal, and the idea of a white lady waiting on me at the table was still worse ! Though the table was loaded with the good things of this life, I could not eat. I thought if I could only be allowed the privilege... "
I Heard It Through the Grapevine: Rumor in African-American Culture - Sidan 37
efter Patricia A. Turner - 1993 - 260 sidor
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Narrative of William W. Brown, an American slave, written by himself

William Wells Brown - 1850
...only safe, but welcome, in her house. I was not, however, prepared to receive their hospitalities. The only fault I found with them was their being too...privilege of eating in the kitchen I should be more than satisfied ! Finding that I could not eat, the old lady, who was a " Thompsonian," made me a cup of...
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Deromanticizing Black History: Critical Essays and Reappraisals

Clarence Earl Walker - 1991 - 164 sidor
...a slave."18 William Wells Brown expressed a similar apprehensiveness after his escape from bondage. "I had never had a white man to treat me as an equal,...privilege of eating in the kitchen, I should be more than satisfied!"19 Such responses indicate the need to revise the idea that the slave community produced...
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The Ohio Frontier: An Anthology of Early Writings

Emily Foster - 2000 - 229 sidor
...only safe, but welcome, in her house. I was not, however, prepared to receive their hospitalities. The only fault I found with them was their being too...privilege of eating in the kitchen, I should be more than satisfied! . . . ears like a charm. I am satisfied that none but a slave could place such an appreciation...
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Slave Narratives

William L. Andrews, Henry Louis Gates - 2000 - 1035 sidor
...only safe, but welcome, in her house. I was not, however, prepared to receive their hospitalities. The only fault I found with them was their being too...privilege of eating in the kitchen, I should be more than satisfied! Finding that I could not eat, the old lady, who was a "Thompsonian," made me a cup of "composition,"...
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The Narrative of William W. Brown, a Fugitive Slave

William Wells Brown - 2003 - 98 sidor
...hospitalities. The only fault I found with them was their being too kind. I had never had a white man treat me as an equal, and the idea of a white lady...privilege of eating in the kitchen I should be more than satisfied! Finding that I could not eat, the old lady, who was a "Thompsonian,"* made me a cup of "composition,"...
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Slavery and Its Aftermath

Peter I. Rose - 1970 - 458 sidor
...taken into the home of an Ohio Quaker found it impossible to overcome his timidity and apprehension. "I had never had a white man to treat me as an equal,...white lady waiting on me at the table was still worse! ... I thought if I could only be allowed the privilege of eating in the kitchen, I should be more than...
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Narrative of William W. Brown, a Fugitive Slave

William W. Brown - 2007 - 96 sidor
...hospitalities. The only fault I found with them was their being too kind. I had never had a white man treat me as an equal, and the idea of a white lady waiting on me at the table was stiE worse! Though the table was loaded with the good things of this Mfe, I could not eat. I thought...
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