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African American Michael Shiner, who meticulously chronicled his years working at the Washington U.S. Navy Yard from 1813 to 1869, was born a slave in Maryland and was freed in 1840. He had little formal education, leaning to read and write at a Sunday school established for African Americans at the First Presbyterian Church of Washington, according to the Naval History and Heritage Command (NHHC), an archival institution for the U.S. Navy.
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Violette Leduc is another writer I would place in this category, and who is woefully under-read. Dalkey Archive, which is a wonderful press, has published a lot of her work in translation into English. (She is bestknown for authoring Thérèse and Isabelle, which was turned into a sexy lesbian schoolgirl movie in 1968.) Her books are not diaries, they are more like memoirs, but they have the same feeling of the writer set free. The reader is also set free from holding the breath for the plot to reveal itself, and can instead enjoy the astounding language, the extended thought.
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