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Iola Leroy
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
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Iola Leroy
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As the Civil War rages, a young woman living the North is unaware of her African ancestry until she returns to the South and is immediately enslaved.

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English
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Introduction
Iola Leroy
I: Mystery of Market Speech and Prayer-Meeting
II: Contraband of War
III: Uncle Daniel’s Story
IV: Arrival of the Union Army
V: The Release of Iola Leroy
VI: Robert Johnson’s Promotion and Religion
VII: Tom Anderson’s Death
VIII: The Mystified Doctor
IX: Eugene Leroy and Alfred Lorraine
X: Shadows in the Home
XI: The Plague and the Law
XII: Schoolgirl Notions
XIII: A Rejected Suitor
XIV: Harry Leroy
XV: Robert and His Company
XVI: After the Battle
XVII: Flames in the Schoolroom
XVIII: Searching for Lost Ones
XIX: Striking Contrasts
XX: A Revelation
XXI: A Home for Mother
XXII: Further Lifting of the Veil
XXIII: Delightful Reunions
XXIV: Northern Experience
XXV: An Old Friend
XXVI: Open Questions
XXVII: Diverging Paths
XXVIII: Dr. Latrobe’s Mistake
XXIX: Visitors from the South
XXX: Friends in Council
XXXI: Dawning Affections
XXXII: Wooing and Wedding
XXXIII: Conclusion
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