chist dream of a bloody, black insurrectionrnagainst The Enemy. In making Belsidusrnnot only ruthless and violent, butrnsuavely intelligent, Schuyler went beyondrnthe literary tradition of the blackrnhberator. A fan of science fiction, hernalso filled many of his stories with futuristicrntechnology otherwise absent inrnblack literature.rnBut Schuyler also wrote articles andrnfiction of . . .

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