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Published in 1867, William Wells Brown's Clotelle; or The Colored Heroine confronts racism and Afro-American slavery, which are presented as the foundation of a nation that prides itself on justice and democracy. The events play out in the background of the Civil War. A slave girl, Clotelle, is on a quest to save her daughter, whose father is her previous owner.

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