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De·lan·y

 (də-lā′nē), Martin Robinson 1812-1885.
American physician and social reformer who founded and edited the North Star (1847-1849) with Frederick Douglass.
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De•la•ny

(dəˈleɪ ni)

n.
Martin Robinson, 1812–85, U.S. physician and army officer: leader of black nationalist movement.
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(20) As Delany explained in an interview, Bron is a case study; a figure for whom the reader is "not supposed to identify" but rather to look at "from the outside." (21) Readers are thus instructed to "look at the specific texture of the character's everyday-world" and begin asking, "[what] might produce such a lifetexture?" (22) and are subsequently forced to make sense of the simultaneity of officious discourses of tolerance and the everyday forms of discrimination that structure people's ways of life and worldviews.
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Early Life Born Dana Welles Delany on March 13, 1956, in New York City, but was raised in Connecticut.
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Even a superficial investigation into the life of Mary Delany (1700-88) would spark a very modern debate about the relationship of art and craft, religion and science, amateur and professional, and all the gender politics those labels imply.