"William Styron and <i>The Southampton Insurrection
." American Literature</i> 52.4 (1981): 564-77.
(28) Tragle, 140; Greenberg, "Name, Face, Body", 18-23; William Sidney Drewry, The Southampton Insurrection
(Johnson Publishing Co,, 1968), 102.
With Redemption, the rise of Jim Crow, and racial reconciliation between northern and southern whites, a public consensus about Turner emerged by the end of the nineteenth century, as evidenced in William Drewry's Southampton Insurrection
Turner, believing himself divinely appointed to bring his fellow slaves to freedom, led the revolt of approximately sixty slaves in the Southampton Insurrection
but also by a desire to depict the Southampton insurrection as an
account of the Southampton insurrection. Whether he is the profiteer
Because of its comprehensive treatment of the historical sources, this book offers a welcome starting point for a renewed effort to understand the significance of the Southampton Insurrection
to American history.