Monsters by trade slave traffickers in modern spanish literature and culture surwillo lisa isbn 9781503613645 kostenloser versand fur alle bucher mit versand und verkauf duch amazon. Surwillo analyzes a sampling of nineteenth century spanish literary works that reflected metropolitan fears of the hold that slave traders and the slave economy more generally had over the political cultural and financial networks of power she also examines how the nineteenth century empire and the role of the slave trader are commemorated in contemporary tourism and literature in various . In monsters by trade lisa surwillo takes a different approach explaining how modern spain was literally made by its cuban colony long after the transatlantic slave trade had been abolished spain continued to smuggle thousands of africans annually to cuba to work the sugar plantations. In 1808 the transatlantic slave trade began its transformation from a legal to an illegal enterprise although spain signed a series of treaties outlawing the slave trade in the first third of the nineteenth century it brought more men and women from africa to cuba as slaves between 1808 and 1865 than it had to all of spanish america during the previous three hundred years. Slave traffickers in modern spanish literature and culture isbn 9780804788793 0804788790 9780804791830 electronic contents introduction blanco white and monsters of coloniality negro tomas and the trader the colony in the capital el amigo manso and lo prohibido barojas atlantic beyond slavery
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