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I, Tituba, Black Witch of Salem Chapter Summary & Analysis - Historical Note, Glossary, Afterword, Bibliography Summary

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Historical Note, Glossary, Afterword, Bibliography Summary

Historical Note - The author makes brief note of the historical nature and/or circumstances of several of the book's characters, commenting on the fact that the historical record makes no explicit note of who purchased Tituba or what happened after she left prison.

Glossary - A list of terms, some of which were invented by the author, that appear throughout the book.

Afterword - The book contains a lengthy afterword prepared by scholar Ann Armstrong Scarboro and including a lengthy interview with the author. In the first part, Scarboro discusses the history of Barbados and other French Caribbean countries and the development of French Caribbean literature, referring to the writing and publishing of "I, Tituba ..." as a defining moment in both areas. She explores the author's personal and literary history, paralleling several of her experiences (including marrying a...

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