I, Tituba, Black Witch of Salem

I, Tituba, Black Witch of Salem by Maryse Conde. Translated by Richard Philcox, forward by Angela Y. Davis. 1992 Ballantine edition, later printing, 225 pages. Davis writes "Maryse Conde's historical novel about the black witch of Salem furnishes Tituba with a social consciousness as contemporary as the motivating impulse behind the novel, which drives Conde to retrieve fragments of an intentionally ignored history and to reshape them into a coherent, meaningful story."

Condition: VG, some sticker residue on the spine.

"I was born from this act of aggression. From this act of hatred and contempt."

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