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Central to these understandings of "the transatlantic" is white America's status as both colonial subject and colonial power. While Crafts's novel clearly indicts American slavery, it is also a more general condemnation of systems that the Gothic - in both its American and British versions - has repeatedly critiqued.
Crafts's novel, like the Gothic, engages in a transatlantic discourse that absorbs readers in complicated questions about the foundations of human justice. The importance of transatlanticism is nowhere more apparent than in the study of the slave trade and the legal In these terms, transatlantic exile is an existential and an aesthetic strategy.
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