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No cover image. Read preview. Synopsis A ForeWord magazine Book of the Year for Charismatic, highly intelligent, and splendidly talented, Fanny Kemble was a Victorian celebrity, known on both sides of the Atlantic as an actress and member of the famous Kemble theatrical dynasty, as a fierce opponent of slavery despite her marriage to a wealthy slave owner, as a brilliantly successful solo performer of Shakespeare, and as the author of journals about her career and life on her husband's Georgia plantations.

Excerpt A prouder nature never fronted the long humiliation of life. Read preview Overview. Common types of primary sources include works of literature, historical documents, original philosophical writings, and religious texts. Read Overview. The Arkansas Historical Quarterly, Vol.

Fanny Kemble: A Performed Life

New Criterion, Vol. Touring in America with her father in the early s, Kemble impulsively wed the wealthy and charming Philadelphia bachelor Pierce Butler, beginning a tumultuous marriage that ended in a sensational divorce and custody battle fourteen years later. At the time of their marriage, Kemble had not yet visited the vast Georgia rice and cotton plantations to which Butler was heir.

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In the winter of , they visited Butler's southern holdings, and a horrified Kemble wrote what would later be published on both sides of the Atlantic as Journal of a Residence on a Georgian Plantation. An important text for abolitionists, it revealed the inner workings of a plantation and the appalling conditions in which slaves lived.