'Circular talk': the social city and Atlantic slave routes in S.I. Martin's incomparable world

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Spring 2005
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In this article - related to Campbell and Kamali’s interview with Martin, above - Leila Kamali offers a critical reading of S. I. Martin’s Incomparable World. This reading suggests the reasons that might have encouraged African American slaves to fight in the American Revolution on the side of the British. It also explores Martin’s representations of transatlantic societies and of the lives of African American Londoners.

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