To make Iola Leroy acceptable to a white audience, the black heroine would have to be physically almost white, a mulatto
, quadroon, or octoroon.
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He testified that the wind was strong and that he had advised the mulatto
Narvaez and other Black people not to carry the image of the virgin in the procession, as she must be treated with reverence "in the hands of a priest.
In her chapter on Mary Seacole's warily constructed reputation and Wilkie Collins's racist depictions of mixed-race homoerotics and a stereotyped mulatto
as "a schemer, an impostor, and a malefactor," Salih confesses that she hopes her deconstructions of evolving "concepts and categories of race" will contribute to the "withering" (c.
D and Maizey are seated across from each other in a stark interrogation room inside the Mulatto
Nation Headquarters (MNHQ).
This two-headed man fuses separate persons but also segregated races in a kind of conjoined twin mulatto
Being a Movement Child, or at least Walker's contemporary memory of it, appears to hold her back just as much as performing the Tragic Mulatto
Black and mulatto
families often lived in the colonias (worker settlements on the plantations) alongside immigrants, particularly during the first decade after abolition, and both criminal and census records indicate that some black and brown women lived with European men.
I feel like I did my ode to the tragic mulatto
gal with Devil in a Blue Dress.
She hears strange noises and constantly sees a young mulatto
girl running around the island.
For illiterate mothers, infant death rates neared 120/1,000 for black women, 110/1,000 for mulatto
and dark-skinned women, and 95/1,000 for white women.
The author also does not deny the tradition that Washington himself fathered a mulatto