CHAPTER SIX: Around the Corner and Down the Track

Zabel, Darcy A.
January 2004
Underground Railroad in African American Literature;2004, p181
Book Chapter
The article presents a chapter of the book "(Underground) Railroad in African American Literature." The chapter talkes about the use of trains to signify change. This change can be of location, time, situation or even of the self. Several train stories talked about social change, such as racial differences.


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