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Hacking Abolition Bibliography

Here is the full list of resources that I consulted in my MA thesis research on the writing life and impact of poet, playwright, essayist and moral reformer Hannah More:    Works Cited   Carey, Brycchan.  “To Force a Tear: British Abolitionism and the Eighteenth-century London Stage.” Affect and Abolition in the Anglo-Atlantic, 1770-1830, edited by Stephen Ahern, Ashgate Publishing, 2013, pp 109-28. “Cat o’nine tails.” Understanding Slavery Initiative, www.understandingslavery.com/in dex.php-option=com_content&view=article&id=532_cat-onine-tails&catid=145_atlantic- crossing&Itemid=255.html. Accessed 18 July 2018. Christian Observer (1805) Accessed: University Microfilms. Index to American Periodicals of the 1800's: Keyed to University Microfilms APS II. Computer Indexed Systems, Indianapolis, 1989. Demers, Patricia. “Hannah More’s Public Voice in Georgian Britain.”  Women, Morality and Advice Literature Manuscripts and Rare Printed Works of Hannah More (1745-1833) ...

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Praise for Ten Silver Coins: The Battle for Acchora

I'm grateful for early praise for Ten Silver Coins: The Battle for Acchora, Book Two in my YA series of novels..  Editor Mark Weber of the The Red Deer Express has this to say of Ten Silver Coins: The Battle for Acchora. "As with the first book, Kooman’s imaginative skill and keen sense of what truly makes a rich, adventurous tale work continues to thrive." "There is no question Kooman has his own unique style, and there are hints of influences from legendary authors like C.S. Lewis, Madeleine L’Engle and J.R.R. Tolkien that bubble gently to the surface as the brisk tale unfolds." "What also sets the book apart is Kooman’s gift for painting ‘pictures’ via his words. Chapter by...

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