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Pauline Hopkins

Pauline Elizabeth Hopkins, born in Portland, Maine, in 1859, is best known for four novels and numerous short stories which she published between 1900 and 1903. Her best-known work, the novel Contending Forces: A Romance Illustrative of Negro Life North and South, was published in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1900 by the Colored Co-operative Publishing Company, followed by three serialized novels-- the last one being Of One Blood; Or, The Hidden Self--all published in the Colored American Magazine, a literary journal where Hopkins served as editor at the time. Through her editorial work, fiction, and a substantial body of nonfiction, she emerged as one of the era’s preeminent public intellectuals.

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