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Although most slaves" experience of slavery is lost to posterity, in some cases historians are fortunate enough to work with so-called slave narratives. The existence of many criminal court cases enables the historian to hear the voice of the slave clearlyalbeit briefly and under strained circumstances. Recently some work has been done on these slave cases, but not in terms of narratives. Likewise, there is a new interest in postnarratives dealing with Cape slavery, but nobody has as yetdoi:10.1080/02582473.2010.519896 fatcat:zkvdg3ntxjg5bffa6xjovwcx7i