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In the bestselling tradition of The Notorious RBG comes a lively, informative, and illustrated tribute to one of the most exceptional women in American history—Harriet Tubman—a heroine whose fearlessness and activism still resonates today. Harriet Tubman is best known as one of the most famous conductors on the Underground Railroad. As a leading abolitionist, her bravery an In the bestselling tradition of The Notorious RBG comes a lively, informative, and illustrated tribute to one of the most exceptional women in American history—Harriet Tubman—a heroine whose fearlessness and activism still resonates today. Harriet Tubman is best known as one of the most famous conductors on the Underground Railroad. As a leading abolitionist, her bravery and selflessness has inspired generations in the continuing struggle for civil rights. Now, National Book Award nominee Erica Armstrong Dunbar presents a fresh take on this American icon blending traditional biography, illustrations, photos, and engaging sidebars that illuminate the life of Tubman as never before. Not only did Tubman help liberate hundreds of slaves, she was the first woman to lead an armed expedition during the Civil War, worked as a spy for the Union Army, was a fierce suffragist, and was an advocate for the aged. She Came to Slay reveals the many complexities and varied accomplishments of one of our nation’s true heroes and offers an accessible and modern interpretation of Tubman’s life that is both informative and engaging. Filled with rare outtakes of commentary, an expansive timeline of Tubman’s life, photos (both new and those in public domain), commissioned illustrations, and sections including “Harriet By the Numbers” (number of times she went back down south, approximately how many people she rescued, the bounty on her head) and “Harriet’s Homies” (those who supported her over the years), She Came to Slay is a stunning and powerful mix of pop culture and scholarship and proves that Harriet Tubman is well deserving of her permanent place in our nation’s history.


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In the bestselling tradition of The Notorious RBG comes a lively, informative, and illustrated tribute to one of the most exceptional women in American history—Harriet Tubman—a heroine whose fearlessness and activism still resonates today. Harriet Tubman is best known as one of the most famous conductors on the Underground Railroad. As a leading abolitionist, her bravery an In the bestselling tradition of The Notorious RBG comes a lively, informative, and illustrated tribute to one of the most exceptional women in American history—Harriet Tubman—a heroine whose fearlessness and activism still resonates today. Harriet Tubman is best known as one of the most famous conductors on the Underground Railroad. As a leading abolitionist, her bravery and selflessness has inspired generations in the continuing struggle for civil rights. Now, National Book Award nominee Erica Armstrong Dunbar presents a fresh take on this American icon blending traditional biography, illustrations, photos, and engaging sidebars that illuminate the life of Tubman as never before. Not only did Tubman help liberate hundreds of slaves, she was the first woman to lead an armed expedition during the Civil War, worked as a spy for the Union Army, was a fierce suffragist, and was an advocate for the aged. She Came to Slay reveals the many complexities and varied accomplishments of one of our nation’s true heroes and offers an accessible and modern interpretation of Tubman’s life that is both informative and engaging. Filled with rare outtakes of commentary, an expansive timeline of Tubman’s life, photos (both new and those in public domain), commissioned illustrations, and sections including “Harriet By the Numbers” (number of times she went back down south, approximately how many people she rescued, the bounty on her head) and “Harriet’s Homies” (those who supported her over the years), She Came to Slay is a stunning and powerful mix of pop culture and scholarship and proves that Harriet Tubman is well deserving of her permanent place in our nation’s history.

30 review for She Came to Slay: The Life and Times of Harriet Tubman

  1. 4 out of 5

    Merphy Napier

    This book was incredible. Harriet Tubman has always been one of the most compelling people I've learned about, but there's so much of her life I didn't know. The amount that she accomplished in her life is unbelievable, and the humility and perspective she kept is incredible. Already looking up what my next non fiction will be about her life, because I must read more.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Diane S ☔

    3.5 Harriet Tubman. All I remember learning about this remarkable woman, in my high school history class, was her work in the Underground railroad. She did so very much more, quite astonishing in that time, well really her accomplishments would even now be considered astonishing. I'm not going to give chapter and verse on all the things she did do, you can read the book or even look her up on WIkI. This book itself, is a rather slim volume, less than 200 pages, is told in a simple and clear manne 3.5 Harriet Tubman. All I remember learning about this remarkable woman, in my high school history class, was her work in the Underground railroad. She did so very much more, quite astonishing in that time, well really her accomplishments would even now be considered astonishing. I'm not going to give chapter and verse on all the things she did do, you can read the book or even look her up on WIkI. This book itself, is a rather slim volume, less than 200 pages, is told in a simple and clear manner. Definitely a YA crossover, and I do wish I would have gotten a better look at the interior Harriet. One thing I was surprised about, among many, was that the Emancipation Proclamation only freed the slaves in the Southern States, those that seceeded, but was still legal in the North. This caused Tubman to take the slaves she rescued all the way to Canada. Slavery in totality wouldn't be abolished until ratification of the thirteenth amendment, which didn't happen until four months before wars end. Of course, it was only on paper, slavery in some form of another went on in all it's injustices for many years after that. A truly amazing human being, the world could use more of her ilk, even now or maybe especially now.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Lois

    This was told in an informal almost historical fiction style. The chapter titles are pop reference style which is fun, dynamic and relatable. This was not overly long or extra wordy and I liked the way the biography was laid out. I feel starting with her grandmother was an important part of understanding Harriet. I really enjoyed this and think it would be perfect for high school and up. Probably even middle grades as the visual aids and such might be engaging. The author makes a true effort to us This was told in an informal almost historical fiction style. The chapter titles are pop reference style which is fun, dynamic and relatable. This was not overly long or extra wordy and I liked the way the biography was laid out. I feel starting with her grandmother was an important part of understanding Harriet. I really enjoyed this and think it would be perfect for high school and up. Probably even middle grades as the visual aids and such might be engaging. The author makes a true effort to use modern language and concepts to make the story relatable for readers who don't often read this genre. I read this author's book on Ona Judge and it was written in a more formal educational and less conversational style. I enjoyed both takes myself. I am surprised at the negative reviews which seem to indicate others did not like this style of biography. I'm extremely familiar with this time period and this authors 'assumptions' are based in historically known facts about this period, place and class if not this specific individual. Of course we don't know exactly what Modesty felt upon being stolen from her home and traumatically transported to what is now Maryland. We do, however, have biographies written by Enslaved West Africans who survived being stolen and the Middle Passage. This is important to the story of who Harriet Tubman was and the author is correct to include it. It's always clear what's surmised from period specific research. Because the records for this particular individual are scanty much of the setting is simply surmised using factual period specific knowledge. Many noted historians do this, David Starkey and Robert K Massie come immediately to mind. They are both professors like this author, I think. Well, at least one of them is. The records for the time periods Starkey & Massie covered that I read aren't scanty, this is just their style. Almost conversational and slightly gossipy in tone, Starkey has included complete conversation scripts 'surmised' from court records, diaries, letters, etc. I think it bothers readers because there's this 'notion' in academia that Black people in general, the descendants of Enslaved West Africans in particular, are too dramatic about chattel slavery. Many books on this subject, in fact most in print, are written by white historians from their often unintended slavery apologist point of view. If that's all you've ever been exposed to this must feel jarring and uncomfortable. That's due to ignorance on the readers part in some cases. It's also 100% valid not to enjoy this style biography as long as you keep that same energy for regular whitewashed history. If you are unfamiliar with some of the information about chattel slavery in the US these are a few of the books I've read which is how I know the basic research the author is using to give depth and a bit of humanity to the Enslaved characters is validly based on historical facts. Most of these I've completely read a few I've so far just read sections not cover to cover. I offer this as my own basis of knowledge as the author has provided an extensive detailed bibliography as well as an extensive suggested reading section. Stamped from the beginning by Kendi X Ibram American Slave Coast by Ned & Constance Sublette An Imperfect God: George Washington, His Slaves, and the Creation of America & Master of the Mountain: Thomas Jefferson and His Slaves by Henry Wiencek The Hemingses of Monticello by Annette Gordon Reed Forging Freedom by Amrita Chakrabarti Myers The Black Tudors by Miranda Kaufman- gives an idea of early chattel slavery of West Africans in Europe both before and after Columbus. The Slave Narratives-haven't read them all yet but I've read multiple anthologies of them. They Were Her Property: White Women as Slave Owners in the American South by Stephanie E. Jones-Rogers- haven't read but this is based on the latest research as far as white women and slavery.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Raymond

    I started reading this book minutes after I finished watching the film Harriet. This book is a good introduction to Tubman and I was happy to read about aspects of her life that the film did not cover.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Yesenia Juarez

    Yes Araminta!!! Wonderful I need moreeeeeee!!!!

  6. 5 out of 5

    laurel [suspected bibliophile]

    A riveting biography of Harriet Tubman, former enslaved person, fearless conductor on the Underground Railroad, and mighty advocate for former enslaved peoples' rights. I'll be honest, before listening to The History Chicks' episode on Tubman, I paid very little attention to her beyond grumpy old lady who did a lot of things during the Civil War. I stupidly slid right on past her remarkable life and her courage. Because an escaped slave returning—time after time after time—to slave states to rescu A riveting biography of Harriet Tubman, former enslaved person, fearless conductor on the Underground Railroad, and mighty advocate for former enslaved peoples' rights. I'll be honest, before listening to The History Chicks' episode on Tubman, I paid very little attention to her beyond grumpy old lady who did a lot of things during the Civil War. I stupidly slid right on past her remarkable life and her courage. Because an escaped slave returning—time after time after time—to slave states to rescue her family and friends from slavery? Through the danger of detection, the nail-biting fear that any person—whether those left behind, those you took or those you took shelter with—could reveal your presence to slave-catchers. And not just that, but maneuvering through deadly terrain in the dark, often with children? And doing it all with constant, debilitating headaches that could make you pass out at any time? Fuck no. While I could do without the pop-sensationalism in the book that tried to be irreverent and didn't quite succeed, I did like listening to the story of Tubman's life, from her life as Minty, a young girl who was hired out from her horrible owner to really awful White people, to her later years married to a free Black man to her escape to her later work as a very successful conductor in the Underground Railroad (seriously, this part was so scary) to her time as a nurse/spy during the Civil War (her skills were critically underused until the end of the war) to her later years. This is definitely well worth the read, as not only does it cover Harriet's life, but highlights the hellish conditions in which Black people were forced to work, and the ways they were bound. They were kept in bondage not only through physical threats and actual bonds, but through familial ties. And it shows that surviving—no matter what—is success in its own, bleak way. Anywho, it's a quick listen that was nonetheless informative even if the bouncy tone of the section titles didn't quite match the section's grimmer contents? Not sure if that made sense, but that's what it felt like to me. 3.5 stars

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sam toer

    Such a remarkable fighter!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Aura

    The woman herself Harriet Tubman deserves 5 super shiny stars for her courage and contributions to women's suffrage and of course for helping people escape the horrors of slavery. A deadly civil war was fought over the right to free people in bondage and it nearly destroyed this country. Today we sit in our comfortable homes thanks to the sacrifices made by courageous woman like Harriet Tubman and I dont think we recognize her enough. About the book itself, it is hard to be critical of this shor The woman herself Harriet Tubman deserves 5 super shiny stars for her courage and contributions to women's suffrage and of course for helping people escape the horrors of slavery. A deadly civil war was fought over the right to free people in bondage and it nearly destroyed this country. Today we sit in our comfortable homes thanks to the sacrifices made by courageous woman like Harriet Tubman and I dont think we recognize her enough. About the book itself, it is hard to be critical of this short direct little book about the life of a heroine. This author stays true to the historical record as she relates Harriet Tubman's life from her grandparents enslavement in probably Ghana or Sierra Leone to Harriet's death.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Tana △⃒⃘ ⚯͛ Cozyreadings

    16/02/2020 4.5 stars During my schoolyears, I never learned anything about the Civil-war or the underground railroad. I don't know why, but I know that a lot of people in Europe (I'm from Belgium) never really learn anything about it in highschool. A couple of years ago I saw something about the civil-war, and decided to look up what the hell that was all about. That's how I stumbled upon the stories revolving around the underground railroad, and Harriet Tubman. So here I am, learning more an 16/02/2020 4.5 stars During my schoolyears, I never learned anything about the Civil-war or the underground railroad. I don't know why, but I know that a lot of people in Europe (I'm from Belgium) never really learn anything about it in highschool. A couple of years ago I saw something about the civil-war, and decided to look up what the hell that was all about. That's how I stumbled upon the stories revolving around the underground railroad, and Harriet Tubman. So here I am, learning more and more about all the incredible people risking their lives to save their brothers and sisters, or saving slaves that escaped. Harriet Tubman was an amazing woman, that accomplished so much in her life. I have nothing but respect for her, the more I learn about her. I will say that I didn't always enjoy the writing style, it felt a bit monotone at times. Listening to the book made it easier to ignore that.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Shomeret

    I have always believed that I don't need the pretext of Black History Month to read about African American history. Yet if I have the opportunity to do it during that month, I always take it. I learned a number of things about Harriet Tubman that I hadn't known previously from this book. I knew that Harriet had visions, but not that she had epilepsy due to a brain injury that occurred while she was a slave. Some think that epilepsy invalidates religious visions. I believe that divine power can us I have always believed that I don't need the pretext of Black History Month to read about African American history. Yet if I have the opportunity to do it during that month, I always take it. I learned a number of things about Harriet Tubman that I hadn't known previously from this book. I knew that Harriet had visions, but not that she had epilepsy due to a brain injury that occurred while she was a slave. Some think that epilepsy invalidates religious visions. I believe that divine power can use epilepsy as a conduit of visions. I wasn't aware of the full extent of Harriet's Civil War service particularly not the Combahee River Raid in which she liberated 750 slaves. There's a book in Dunbar's bibliography about it called The Combahee River Raid: Harriet Tubman & Lowcountry Liberation by Jeff Grigg for those who want to know more about it. It isn't available to me in libraries, but there is also a novel dealing with The Combahee River Raid called The Tubman Command that is more widely available. I consider this book a valuable supplement to the recent movie about Harriet Tubman's life.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Anita Fajita Pita

    An amazing biography of an amazing woman. She Came to Slay is aptly titled, as Harriet Tubman was an activist throughout her long life. She fought slavery by escaping and then returning again and again to free other slaves. She raised her own funds for each trip by working in the North and by touring amongst northern abolitionists with the likes of Frederick Douglass to speak out against slavery. "I had reasoned this out of my mind; there was one of two things I had the right to, liberty or dea An amazing biography of an amazing woman. She Came to Slay is aptly titled, as Harriet Tubman was an activist throughout her long life. She fought slavery by escaping and then returning again and again to free other slaves. She raised her own funds for each trip by working in the North and by touring amongst northern abolitionists with the likes of Frederick Douglass to speak out against slavery. "I had reasoned this out of my mind; there was one of two things I had the right to, liberty or death; if I could not have one, I would have the other." She literally fought in the Civil War, sailing up the Combahee River and razing Confederate territory. She was an unpaid Union nurse and cook. She was a spy adept at gathering information. She foraged for food and herbs for medicines that she would use to treat Union soldiers without pay. She knew that winning the war was how she could help free all the slaves. She opened her home in Albany to emancipated people and worked to feed and assimilate them to free society. She became an activist, a suffragist, an advocate for women. And every damn step of the way she had to fight. Suffragists and abolitionists fought against giving black men the vote before white women, segregation took hold, and she couldn't get her veterans money for decades even though she had "friends" of elevated and important station. Bless this woman and her fiery personality and her patience for the long game because whatever she set out to do, she eventually got done. This book was great and I learned so much more about Harriet Tubman in these few hours than I even knew there was to know all those years I sat in the classroom. She is truly a woman our children should be learning about, and this is the book they should be reading. She was not a meek little thing, but a fierce and virtuous hero who fought long and fought hard. She came to slay.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Sara

    The content of this book was good. It's great to have a very easy to read book that tells a more holistic story of an incredibly important woman in US history. What was disappointing was the writing style. The book is meant to be accessible to non-academics but that doesn't mean that it has to be staccato. It read like an academic trying to dumb down a story, rather than like a book written for a general audience. By far the most well written passages are direct quotations of Harriet Tubman. In a The content of this book was good. It's great to have a very easy to read book that tells a more holistic story of an incredibly important woman in US history. What was disappointing was the writing style. The book is meant to be accessible to non-academics but that doesn't mean that it has to be staccato. It read like an academic trying to dumb down a story, rather than like a book written for a general audience. By far the most well written passages are direct quotations of Harriet Tubman. In addition, there is a lot to it that feels kitschy and trendy and will date this book very quickly (including the title).

  13. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    For such a short read, Dunbar managed to pack a lot information into this book. Shamefully, I didn't know anything about Tubman's life, other than as her status as a "conductor" of the Underground Railroad. Her life was full of low blows and high triumphs. Her contribution to the Civil War efforts were never recognized in the manner in which she deserved. This was a well written biography that is suitable to adults and children too.

  14. 4 out of 5

    TraceyL

    Biographies of historical figures tend to be dry and boring. The title of this book had me hoping it would bring a more modern storytelling style which could bring some life to her story. It started off describing one of Tubman's more badass moments, but quickly turned into a standard history book. It was fine. I was just hoping for more.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Conor Ahern

    An unsanitized illustrated depiction of Harriet Tubman, who is way too often (as recently as 2019) sanitized. I think more children's books should be written this way: age-appropriate but not bowdlerized.

  16. 4 out of 5

    LaTrice McNeil-Smith

    So good! Ugh our ancestors have endored so much just for the freedoms we have today and every day still seems like such a battle at times. What a remarkable life she lived!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Shannan Harper

    A short and simple account of the life of Harriet Tubman and what is known of her and her family lineage.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Leonard

    I really enjoyed this Harriet Tubman #biography. Perfectly paced and engaging.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    Having been familiar with Harriet Tubman’s role as the most famous conductor on the Underground Railroad, I must admit I was less aware of her roles as nurse, scout and spy, baker, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and suffragist. This biography is short yet offers thorough and revelatory insight into this bold and brave woman referred to as the Moses of her people. Nice illustrations, photos, quotes, and suggested reading offered in the book. “I think slavery is the next thing to hell. If a person Having been familiar with Harriet Tubman’s role as the most famous conductor on the Underground Railroad, I must admit I was less aware of her roles as nurse, scout and spy, baker, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and suffragist. This biography is short yet offers thorough and revelatory insight into this bold and brave woman referred to as the Moses of her people. Nice illustrations, photos, quotes, and suggested reading offered in the book. “I think slavery is the next thing to hell. If a person would send another into bondage, he would, it appears to me, be bad enough to send him into hell, if he could.” - Harriet Tubman

  20. 4 out of 5

    Christy

    I can't believe how much I didn't know about Harriet Tubman before I read this book.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    "Tell the women to stand together, because God will never forsake us." Harriet Tubman is a queen in every sense of the word and I cannot believe her actions and accomplishments are not universally known. Do other states teach about her?? Should I be surprised that my southern education system that also said the Civil War wasn't about slavery and that the Native Americans left willingly and it's only called the Trail of Tears because so many of them died on their freedom journey (akin to the OREGON "Tell the women to stand together, because God will never forsake us." Harriet Tubman is a queen in every sense of the word and I cannot believe her actions and accomplishments are not universally known. Do other states teach about her?? Should I be surprised that my southern education system that also said the Civil War wasn't about slavery and that the Native Americans left willingly and it's only called the Trail of Tears because so many of them died on their freedom journey (akin to the OREGON TRAIL) doesn't teach beyond the bare minimum of how incredible Harriet Tubman is???? Put this queen on our currency, ASAP. What did Jackson even do. Besides make bridles out of humans and steal a baby. HARRIET FOREVER!!! PopSugar 2020: A fiction or nonfiction book about a world leader.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Judi

    Harriet Tubman has been a personal hero since I was in middle school so I always pick up books and watch movies about her if not to learn more about her then to support the efforts to make her story better known. Ms. Dunbar's presentation of Tubman's life is short, succinct and accurate (as best I know) but still interesting and inspiring. If you don't know much about Harriet Tubman this is a great place to be introduced. If you're a Tubman fan you may discover interesting tidbits about the pers Harriet Tubman has been a personal hero since I was in middle school so I always pick up books and watch movies about her if not to learn more about her then to support the efforts to make her story better known. Ms. Dunbar's presentation of Tubman's life is short, succinct and accurate (as best I know) but still interesting and inspiring. If you don't know much about Harriet Tubman this is a great place to be introduced. If you're a Tubman fan you may discover interesting tidbits about the personal side of her life. The text is a bit on the academic side but it's still a good read.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Kelcy

    This was a quick yet informative read (and listen). I am not the most well-versed in history, other than knowing high-level textbook snippets, so I don't have much to compare to regarding this content and how well-presented it is. But I really liked this, especially how it portrayed Harriet's perseverance across her entire life. What an icon.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    I was inspired to "read" this book after listening to an interview with the author on the Call Your Girlfriend podcast. I loved listening to the audio version and was indelibly inspired by Harriet's example as a strong female shero of our country. I was most surprised that she didn't have an exalted opinion of Abraham Lincoln but thought he could do more to promote justice and equality in our nation. Excellently written--and recorded! A must read/listen!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Cara Meredith

    Personally, I loved it: so accessible, so honoring. I’m definitely keeping this one on my shelf for my boys to read in just a couple of years.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Rick Bourque

    An easy read by a careful scholar. I appreciated the effort to separate the woman from the legends while also not dismissing her more pentecostal faith as simply a cultural by-product. One of the most moving quotes by Tubman: "I have seen hundreds of escaped slaves, but I never saw one who was willing to go back and be a slave." One of the most outrageous acts against her: the northern governments failure to compensate her for over three years of service to the Union army and, a violent incident An easy read by a careful scholar. I appreciated the effort to separate the woman from the legends while also not dismissing her more pentecostal faith as simply a cultural by-product. One of the most moving quotes by Tubman: "I have seen hundreds of escaped slaves, but I never saw one who was willing to go back and be a slave." One of the most outrageous acts against her: the northern governments failure to compensate her for over three years of service to the Union army and, a violent incident on a train after the war by northeners demonstrating how emancipation didn't really emancipate. May her face replace Jackson's for generations.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Blythe

    A great overview of Tubman’s life; of particular interest is her involvement in the Civil War as well as her mistreatment by whites for the rest of her life.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jaclyn (sixminutesforme)

    A really quick and informative read - there were so many things I learned about Tubman from this, and while her role in the Underground Railroad was what I most associated her role in history with, there was a whole range of other incredible contributions made that this really shone light on, including her role in the Civil War and her socio-entrepreneurial drive to fund various abolition and anti-slavery missions. A really well done history that is accessible and would be great to hand to young A really quick and informative read - there were so many things I learned about Tubman from this, and while her role in the Underground Railroad was what I most associated her role in history with, there was a whole range of other incredible contributions made that this really shone light on, including her role in the Civil War and her socio-entrepreneurial drive to fund various abolition and anti-slavery missions. A really well done history that is accessible and would be great to hand to younger readers too.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Samantha Jean

    When I was younger, I remember being very amazed/impressed/awed by Harriet Tubman. I read several books about her and other slaves that fought for equality and freedom for themselves and the fellow slaves throughout America. I read this book as a call back of that interest and I'm glad I did. I learned a lot about her military service, something I can't remember learning from way back when. I also learned more about her activism and fight for equality that continued throughout her entire life. T When I was younger, I remember being very amazed/impressed/awed by Harriet Tubman. I read several books about her and other slaves that fought for equality and freedom for themselves and the fellow slaves throughout America. I read this book as a call back of that interest and I'm glad I did. I learned a lot about her military service, something I can't remember learning from way back when. I also learned more about her activism and fight for equality that continued throughout her entire life. This book while short, was extremely interesting and informative.

  30. 5 out of 5

    vanessa

    There's good information in this book and Harriet Tubman is a worthy subject. Unfortunately, I thought I'd give this five stars, but had too many issues with the writing and the way it's laid out. Too often the author supposes Tubman's thoughts and feelings ("she must have felt" "she must have thought"). When comparing it to Notorious RBG (which the back of the book does), it's hard to suppose what RBG felt and thought when she is still alive to answer questions. I wanted to like this more.

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