Slave Diary Entries Essays and Term Papers

  • Slave Diary

    very successful, he gains a large sum of money, and the food is better. He is now so rich, and he has his own mansion all to himself. He owns over 500 slaves, all of which work on the plantation. When I first came here I was immediately chosen because of my size and strength, even after the long, hard journey...

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  • Slave Diary

    to her. Daisy was forbidden to come visit me after her father found out we have become friends. He did not want his daughter associating with a slave girl, as I am one. And of course, Daisy ignored her father’s warnings, and I was glad for her to do so. I asked her “Am I really going to be sold”,...

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  • Diary Entry

    Dear diary, I’m very frustrated today. Father doesn’t agree that we should go back to Berlin. “Karl’s not here and Daniel’s not here and Martin’s not here and there are no other houses around us and no fruit and vegetable stalls and no streets and no cafes with tables outside and no one to push you...

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  • Diary Entry

    I should have been an actor, I'm wasted on all this teaching lark thats always taken for granted, I never get a pay rise or even a thankyou, this school would be lost without me. If it wasn't for me, that stupid, gullable, low life excuse for a girl would be dead right now, the only reason she's not...

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  • Diary Entry

    Diary entry Dear diary, It was my first day at the school today. It was a ridiculous school the students were crammed into small dark rooms with teachers that seemed very uneducated. The children were not much better. Many of the teachers at the school had a really bad teaching strategy and proceeded...

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  • Diary Entry

    Alessia Garino Diary Entry 1: My name is Winston Smith and I think it is the year 1984, but I’m not really sure, for this matter no one is really sure of that. I’m a member of the outer party of INGSOC, live in Oceania and I work for the Ministry of Truth. What I’m writing today is a story that should...

      1299 Words | 3 Pages   Nineteen Eighty-Four

  • Diary Entry

    Diary Entry 1 We Africans had everything we had possibly wanted: Shelter, food, and family & friends to rely on. But we were all lacking something as a continent, and that was ‘freedom’. Now I’m going to explain how I was captured and brought up to be a slave. It was a typical day in Ghana when...

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    March 3, 2012 Dear Diary, I’m so upset!! I don’t even know where to begin! To start off, I think I completely failed my geometry quiz, which I know I should’ve studied more for...my dad’s not gonna be happy about that. :( Then, we had a pop quiz in history on the reading homework from last...

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  • Diary entries

    it completely ? Some things are easier said than done and slavery happened to be one of them. It became a way of life for the South they depend on slaves for their economy, and the North doesn’t feel slavery is right but at the same time they don’t want job competition so all they can do is sympathize...

      1366 Words | 3 Pages   Black Codes (United States), Employment, Reconstruction Era, Slavery in the United States

  • Diary Entry

    Mark Danial Ms. Allen ESLDO 17 January 2014 The Character Puck in A Midsummer Night's Dream Puck, also known as Robin Goodfellow, is Oberon's (the king of the fairies) servant who is responsible for using magic on humans. Puck's appearance in the play affects other characters as his...

      499 Words | 2 Pages   A Midsummer Night's Dream, Demetrius (Shakespeare), Puck (A Midsummer Night's Dream), Puck (mythology)

  • Diary Entry

    Dear Diary, Knowing that death has cast its shadow upon the path that I have taken, it made me think about the future, it made me think about my yet unborn child. Earlier today, I have witnessed death take another life into its hand. An Indian man climbing up the bamboo tree, attached to him was a mirror...

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  • Irene Diary Entry

    Irene’s Diary Entry Dear Diary 12/05/2068 These past couple of weeks at Gattaca have been pretty intense with the Murder of the director and the FBI searching...

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  • Juliet's Diary Entry

    Dear Diary, You would never guess what? Oh, I am so happy, confused and sad. What to do, I know not. I never knew one moment would change my life so quickly, and drastically! I have to tell you the most exciting news first...I'm getting married! Oh, can you die of happiness? My mother has just put...

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  • Jamestown Diary sample entry

    Jamestown Diary of William Wilkinson, Surgeon December 5, 1606 I am a surgeon. I give medicine to people who are sick. I use needles, medicine, scissors, and lots more stuff. I might take bullets out of people. I don’t really work with others except my assistant. My assistant brings people into my...

      607 Words | 2 Pages   Christopher Newport, John Smith (explorer), Jamestown, Virginia, Pocahontas

  • George Lennie diary entry

    Me and Lennie came from Weed today. That Go damn bus driver dropped us off at least 10 miles from the ranch and told us it was just down the road. God if I ever see that driver again I’ll break his neck. Me and Lennie found a nice place to sleep last night under the stars. If Lennie hadn’t been so bloody...

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  • Slave Diary 3

    We were brought of the slave ship and cleaned up we had tar rubbed into our wound to make this look like we hadn’t been punished and we were told to rub animal grease on our skin to make us look healthy. This was happened because we needed to be sold to the buyers. Any salves that were not sold were...

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  • Journal Entry slave trade

     Slave Trade Rachel Lowe HIS/110 May 5th, 2015 Joel Getz Slave Trade In 1788 Prince Abdul and his men were ambushed and brought into the slave trade. The Prince and his men were blind folded and were forced to walk bare foot for over 100 miles, where the boarded the English ships and...

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  • Journal Entries for Being a Slave

    Life As A Slave Journal Entry One Dear Journal, This is my first time writing in any kind of journal so I’m kind of new to this. My name is John Bow and I am a slave in a Georgia plantation. So, to start this journal entry out I will start to talk about my day. Today has been such a long...

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  • Diary of a Slave on a Plantation

    Diary of a Slave on a Plantation May 19,1857 Today, I arrived at the plantation with my younger brother. I cannot believe that I had survived the entire journey from Africa to America below deck. Even though, I had tried to kill myself, twice, by not eating. Alas, they prevented me by placing some...

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  • Diary Entries of Napoleon Bonaparte

    Diary Entries of Napoleon Bonaparte November 25, 1799 Dear Diary, I, Napoleon Bonaparte, have finally succeeded! I have become the new strong leader of France. Thanks to the Revolution, I advanced from the position of lieutenant in the artillery to a full-fledged general, which changed my life entirely...

      526 Words | 2 Pages   French Consulate, Napoleon

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