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|Title:||Moorish Maidservants and Early Modern Erasure of Black Suffering|
|Publisher:||Medieval and Early Modern Orients|
|Citation:||Sheeha, I. (2022) 'Moorish Maidservants and Early Modern Erasure of Black Suffering' in MEMOs Medieval and Early Modern Orients [online]. Available at: https://memorients.com/articles/moorish-maidservants-and-early-modern-erasure-of-black-suffering|
|Abstract:||Moorish maidservants on the early modern stage are almost invariably depicted as evil, lustful, and promiscuous.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Arts and Humanities Research Papers|
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