Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl

Jacobs's work is read as a slave narrative and Morrison's Beloved is read as a neo-slave narrative, what difference can be found in reading the slave narrative and neo-slave narrative? for whom they were writting and for what purpose?

what was the aim of Jacob when she wrote her autobiography, what was the aim of Morrison when she wrote her novel Beloved?

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