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Iola Leroy, among the first novels by an African American woman, chronicles black experience during slavery, the Civil War , and Reconstruction. Iola Leroy focuses on black identity, a concept central to this historical period and to African American literature. Her reworking and rebuttal of the "tragic mulatto" theme in African American literature was a conscious political move for her own time but also has important ramifications for the history of the African American novel. She showed promise as a writer from her early years, and she is said to have published a volume of poems, Forest Leaves, by , although no copy now exists. Her first extant volume of poetry is Poems on Miscellaneous Subjects , which contained protests against slavery as well as some of her earliest poems in black dialect. The Compromise of , which included the Fugitive Slave Act, brought disruption to the Watkins family.

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Iola Leroy

Iola Leroy and family[ edit ] Iola Leroy, the principal character of the novel. While a slave of Nancy Johnson, she resists a whipping. As a punishment, she is sold. Robert Johnson. He is still a child when separated from his mother Harriet. His enslaver, Nancy Johnson, sees him as a "pet animal" chapter 1 and teaches him to read.

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