"Of One Blood. Or, the Hidden Self"

Title"Of One Blood. Or, the Hidden Self"
Year for Search1902
AuthorsHopkins, Pauline [Elizabeth](1859-1930)
Secondary TitleColored American Magazine
Volume / Edition6.1 - 11
Pagination29-40; 102-13; 191-200; 264-72; 339-48; 423-32; 492-501; 580-86; 643-47; 726-31; 802-07
Date Published November 1902 - November 1903
KeywordsAfrican American author, Female author
Annotation

Lost race novel with the first part focusing on passing as white and includes (Chapters XIV - XVIII) a eutopian hidden city in Ethiopia which continues the high traditions of African civilization.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in The Magazine Novels of Pauline Hopkins (New York: Oxford University Press, 1988), 439-621; as One Blood. London: X Press, 1996 [This edition says that the serial started in March 1901, but the serial that started in March 1901 is one of Hopkin’s many nonfiction serials]; under the original title, Naperville, IL: Poisoned Pen Press/Sourcebooks, 2021, with “Introduction to the Novel: Occult Blood,” by Nisi Shawl (xi-xiii), a note “About the Author” (181-182),”Suggested Discussion Questions for Classroom Use” (183-186), and “Suggested Further Readings of Fiction (187-191); in Black Sci-Fi Short Stories: An Anthology of New & Classic Stories (London: Flame Tree Publishing, 2021), 240-323; separately as Of One Blood, or the Hidden Self. London: Flame Tree Publishing, 2021), 21-221, with “A New Introduction” by Patty Nicole Johnson (14-17), Further Reading (18-19), “Extract from Hagar’s Daughter” by Hopkins (223-241); and as of One Blood. Cambridge, MA/London: The MIT Press, 2023, with “Introduction: The Afritopian Cryptopolis” (xv-xxxv) by Minister Faust where he rejects the word Afrofuturism.

Info Notes

The pages given on the contents page are not always accurate.

Title Note

One Blood. London: X Press, 1996.

Holding Institutions

BL, MoU-St

Author Note

African-American female author (1859-1930). 

Full Text

1902-03 Hopkins, Pauline [Elizabeth] (1859-1930). “Of One Blood. Or, the Hidden Self.” Colored American Magazine (Boston, MA) 6.1 - 11 (November 1902 - November 1903): 29-40; 102-113; 191-200; 264-272; 339-348; 423-432; 492-501; 580-586; 643-647; 726-731; 802-807. The pages given on the contents page are not always accurate. Rpt. in The Magazine Novels of Pauline Hopkins (New York: Oxford University Press, 1988), 439-621; as One Blood. London: X Press, 1996 [This edition says that the serial started in March 1901, but the serial that started in March 1901 is one of Hopkin’s many nonfiction serials]; under the original title, Naperville, IL: Poisoned Pen Press/Sourcebooks, 2021, with “Introduction to the Novel: Occult Blood,” by Nisi Shawl (xi-xiii), a note “About the Author” (181-182),”Suggested Discussion Questions for Classroom Use” (183-186), and “Suggested Further Readings of Fiction (187-191); in Black Sci-Fi Short Stories: An Anthology of New & Classic Stories (London: Flame Tree Publishing, 2021), 240-323; separately as Of One Blood, or the Hidden Self. London: Flame Tree Publishing, 2021), 21-221, with “A New Introduction” by Patty Nicole Johnson (14-17), Further Reading (18-19), “Extract from Hagar’s Daughter” by Hopkins (223-241); and as of One Blood. Cambridge, MA/London: The MIT Press, 2023, with “Introduction: The Afritopian Cryptopolis” (xv-xxxv) by Minister Faust where he rejects the word Afrofuturism. BL, MoU-St, PSt

Lost race novel with the first part focusing on passing as white and includes (Chapters XIV - XVIII) a eutopian hidden city in Ethiopia which continues the high traditions of African civilization. African American female author.