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Retired Library division chief Mary-Jane Deeb showed the 1831 autobiography, written in Arabic, of Omar Ibn Said during a C-SPAN program. He wrote the only known American slave narrative in Arabic & now is available online, part of the Library of Congress International Collections. [l.facebook.com]

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