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Papers On Black Studies
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Frederick Douglass / An Interpretation Of His Famed Fight With Mr. Covey
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A 5 page examination of the fight between Frederick Douglass and Mr. Covey as related in the 'The Narrative of Frederick Douglass'. Concludes that Douglass' account of the fight holds no real symbolic meaning but that this account was really just one man's reccollection of an event. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: Dougcove.wps

Frederick Douglass / Narrator for Compassion, Strength of Will
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4 pages in length. This paper seeks to represent the personal traits that brought Frederick Douglass to seek and eventually find freedom. These characteristics are postulated from the history provided in the Narrative as compassion, education, observation, faith in truth, and perserverance. One source cited.
Filename: Freddoug.wps

Frederick Douglass and the Contextual Use of the Word 'Slave'
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2 pages on the word slave and the historic context in which it was used in Frederick Douglass' narrative.
Filename: Dougslav.wps

Frederick Douglass' Famous Narrative vs Harriet Jacobs' 'Incidents In The Life Of A Slave Girl'
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7 pages in length. Frederick Douglass' Narrative of the Life of an American Slave and Harriet Jacobs' Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl may have been spawned from two separate perspectives, but they both possess many of the same elements of truth. Douglass seeks to educate and, thus, advance society regarding the slave's plight through silent narration, while Jacobs' aim is to evoke the same in a decidedly more adamant fashion. Both narratives encompass the slaves' yearning to break free from prejudicial confines, yet they are also significantly individual in their approach. The writer compares the two slave narratives. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Frederick Douglass: Public Speaker at his Best
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6 pages in length. This paper analyzes the style and structure of the Frederick Douglass speech, "What to the Slave is the Fourth of July." Frederick Douglass was known as a brilliant speaker, and his position as adviser to President Abraham Lincoln during the Civil War helped him to become a powerful voice for human rights. His contributions against racial injustice are revered to this day. This paper comments on his argumentative and talented approach to leading an audience. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: JGAfdoug.wps


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