Hang a Thousand Trees with Ribbons

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Hang a Thousand trees with Ribbons
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Author Ann Rinaldi
Country United States
Language English
Series Great Episodes
Genre Historical novel
Publisher Scholastic
Publication date
Media type Print (Paperback)
Pages 352 pp
ISBN 0-15-200876-4
OCLC 34150871
LC Class PZ7.R459 Han 1996
Preceded by Keep Smiling Through 
Followed by An Acquaintance with Darkness 

Hang a Thousand trees with Ribbons is a 1996 historical novel by Ann Rinaldi. The story, told in first-person narration, follows the life of Phillis Wheatley, the first African-American poet. The story recounts her capture by black slavers in Africa and the horrors of the Middle Passage as experienced by a woman of intelligence and artistic ability when society assumed Africans were not endowed with either. Ann Rinaldi's vivid portrayal of the first African American poet is set against the backdrop of the American War of Independence, so there is a double theme of search for liberty in the novel.

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