'A novel in the honorable tradition of Billy Budd and Moby Dick . . . heroic in proportion . . . engrossing'.--The New York Times Book Review. Middle Passage is an astonishing work of historical fiction about the slave trade which combines elements of classic 19th-century sea-going novels with the existential angst of a 20th-century philosopher. The result is a resonant work that is completely original and truly unforgettable.
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