The most famous book about slavery has been rejected by black thinkers since it was published
Heather Gilligan

As much as people hate on it for its lurid plot and pulpy aesthetic, Mandingo is probably a more plausible picture of the Antebellum South than Uncle Tom’s Cabin.

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