The text raises questions and confronts anxieties surrounding miscegenation, but here tackles the dynamic of indigeneity and its relevance to the project of empire. It perhaps becomes a bridging work between the then-dominant canon of the British Empire and the soon-emergent US literary scene.
Dominique, Lyndon. J. Introduction. The Woman of Colour, a Tale. 1808. Broadview, 2008, pp. 11-