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Although best known as a playwright and novelist, Matthew 'Monk' Lewis (1775-1818) was also a Member of Parliament and had inherited estates in Jamaica. This posthumously published Journal is the record of his visits there, and of his attempts to improve the welfare of slaves.About the Author:
Judith Terry is Senior Instructor in the English Department at the University of Victoria, British Columbia.
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