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Lenoir

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An African stolen from his homeland and sold into bond-servitude in Amsterdam in 1640 is renamed Lenoir. His exotic appearance makes him popular as a model for Rembrandt and Peter Paul Rubens. With great intelligence and dignity he observes and comments on the art, sex and profiteering that are the chief preoccupations of the city, a world he finds baffling, disgusting, and haunted by strange pale spirits. Part picaresque, part serious exploration of white European society seen through the eyes of a slave, Lenoir ...

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Lenoir
1999, Zoland Books, Cambridge, MA

ISBN-13: 9781581950137

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Lenoir
1998, Zoland Books, Cambridge, MA

ISBN-13: 9780944072936

Hardcover

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