This ambitious book looks at how people of African descent in two societies—Havana and New Orleans in the nineteenth century—created their own forms of cultural resistance to the slave regime’s assault. No More, No More elucidates the economic, social, cultural, and demographic operations at work in two cities and the efforts at cultural resistance embodied in public performances.
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