Zabel, Darcy A.
January 2004
Underground Railroad in African American Literature;2004, p199
The article presents several notes about the article featured in the 2004 issue of "(Underground) Railroad in African American Literature." In the book "The Machine in the Garden", Leo Marx talked about how trains are depicted by the rest of the country. The term flying African Americans refer to the myths and legends of African Diaspora.


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