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T/F According to the Anti-Slavery Bugle Reporter's version, Truth directs this speech to an abolitionist group, where she was an invited speaker.
Describe the structural similarities between the Constitution and Walker's Appeal
They both have a preamble
Explain the full tittle of the Narrative "Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave Written by Himself"
The title informs readers that this is a "Fugitive Slave Narrative w/ NO ghost writers. It was written completely by Douglass.
Name two other ways Douglass learned to read.
Help from Ms. Auld and help from the boys in the street whom he persuaded/traded bread.
Literary device commonly used in Douglass's writing? Ex: "The children were then called like so many pigs and like so many pigs they would come and devour the mush"
A figure of speech in which a word or a phrase is applied to an object or action w/o using "like" or "as"
The occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning of adjacent or closely connected words.
Wheatley needed ______ to get one of her earliest poems published in England
Equiano's primary audience
The British to prove literacy of enslaved and argue for abolition of slavery.
"You are loosed from your moorings"
Equiano comparing himself to the ship. Ship personified. It can move freely but he can't.
When working Douglas had a stroke in the field. The master began kicking him. He describes being treated
"Like an animal" uses a lot of animalistic descriptions
"This was the turning moment in my life"
Douglass reaction to fight with Mr. Covey. Gave him the determination to be free.
While in Philadelphia, Jacobs meets
Bishop Paine, advises her to publish "Incidents in the life of a slave girl"
"Tragic mulatto alleged to be the daughter of Thomas Jefferson" novel written by
William Wells Brown.
Clotel and her daughter Mary become separated and Horiatio marry's white woman to claim
Tradition in black political and religious speech
Female Orator, Essayist, Journalist, Feminist, Writer, Novelist, Abolitionist, and Poet
Criticisms of Harper
Racial and gender identity
Public speaking for women frowned upon
Herbert Martin speaks about
Harlem Renassiance, African American Oral tradition. Langston Hughes making advances in black tradition.
Threatens whites saying poor treatment of blacks now will result in their poor treatment in heaven.
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