Objects & Places from The Autobiography of an Ex-Coloured Man

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Georgia

The narrator of The Autobiography of an Ex-Coloured Man was born in a small town in this state.

New York

It is in this city that the narrator plays music at one of the late night hot spots and meets the Millionaire.

Reconstruction Era

In United States History, this time period refers to the period of 1865–1877, following the Civil War.

Ragtime

This musical genre, which the narrator performed, enjoyed its peak popularity between 1897 and 1918.

The Desperate Class

The narrator in the novel believes that this group of people consists of poor blacks that loathe whites.

The Domestic Service Class

The narrator of the novel categorizes this group of people as blacks that work as servants to the whites.

The Independent Workmen

According to the novel’s narrator, this group of people consists of well-to-do blacks that have no interaction with whites.

Conecticut

When the narrator is a...

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