, who traces in Ouâbi the influence of male British poets like Thomson
, and their sentimental, topographical, masculinist traditions,
Ellison, Julie. “Race and Sensibility in the Early Republic: Ann Eliza Bleecker and Sarah Wentworth Morton”. Subjects and Citizens, edited by Michael Moon and Cathy N. Davidson, Duke University Press, 1995, pp. 57 -86.
judges that the poem's vision of racial harmony depends on...