- Title Pages
- Prologue Anna’s Leap
- Introduction The Problem of Suicide in North American Slavery
- One Suicide and the Transatlantic Slave Trade
- Two Suicide and Seasoning in British American Plantations
- Three Slave Suicide in the Context of Colonial North America
- Four The Power to Die or the Power of the State? The Legalities of Suicide in Slavery
- Five The Paradoxes of Suicide and Slavery in Print
- Chapter Six The Meaning of Suicide in Antislavery Politics
- Epilogue Suicide, Slavery, and Memory in American Culture
- Studying Slave Suicide
- Select Bibliography of Primary Sources
- The Power to Die
- University of Chicago Press
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