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“In de Affica Soil”: Slavery, Ethnography, and Recovery in Zora Neale Hurston’s Barracoon: The Story of the “Last Black Cargo”
MELUS Pub Date : 2021-03-11 , DOI: 10.1093/melus/mlab003
Kennon R.

Abstract
I explore the relationship between Hurston as ethnographer and Kossola as subject in Zora Neale Hurston’s Barracoon: The Story of the Last “Black Cargo,” posthumously published in 2018 but extant since 1931. Barracoon reveals how Hurston wrestles with her dual identity as fiction writer and cultural anthropologist as it crafts a narrative of slavery and liberation around conjured memory and the ethnographic relationship. The essay considers how Hurston harnesses her rhetorical powers to convince Kossola to share recollections of his life “in Affica soil,” and examines how the themes of loss and recovery emerge in Hurston’s recording of Kossola’s narrative of capture, enslavement, and free life in Africatown, the construction of an archive of transatlantic slavery, and the extraliterary narrative of Alice Walker’s reclamation of Hurston’s own voice into the canon.


中文翻译:

“在非洲土壤中”:佐拉·尼尔·赫斯顿的巴拉库恩的奴隶制,人种志和复苏:“最后的黑货”的故事

摘要
我作为探索人种学者Kossola为主体的赫斯顿的赫斯顿之间的关系Barracoon:最后的故事“黑货运”,死后出版于2018年,但现存自1931年以来Barracoon揭示了赫斯顿(Hurston)如何围绕小说记忆和民族志关系对奴隶制和解放进行叙事,如何兼具小说作家和文化人类学家的双重身份。这篇文章考虑了赫斯顿如何运用自己的修辞能力说服科索拉“在阿菲卡土壤中”分享他的生活回忆,并考察了赫斯顿记录科索拉在非洲城的被俘虏,奴役和自由生活的叙事中如何出现失落和恢复的主题。 ,跨大西洋奴隶制档案馆的建设以及爱丽丝·沃克(Alice Walker)将赫斯顿自己的声音填入经典中的文学外话。
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