Topics: Frederick Douglass, The Columbian Orator, Slavery in the United States Pages: 1 (270 words) Published: October 30, 2014
What is the effect of this diction on the reader How does Douglass experience with Mrs. Auld show the corruptive influence of slavery on the slaveholder Explain, here, the style of teaching in the Columbian Orator that helped Douglass to improve his reading. What was the moral that he gained from the bookComment on Douglass mental state as he reads and thinks about this book on pgs. 51-52. Douglass writes that he eavesdropped on other peoples conversations and soon The light broke in upon me by degrees. What does he mean Look on page 53-54. Write concrete support here.What does the author want you, the reader, to think about him in this chapter What else does he learn to do in this chapter How does he do it Dialectical Journal for Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, chapter 8 Note Taking Note Making Write a short summary of chapter 8.Give the chapter a title. Why does Douglass begin the chapter with such specific information about his masters family Find evidence, directly stated on page 58, that book Douglass use a series of coordinated supports his major claim about slavery.(paired) nouns to present this evidence What is the effect on the reader On page 59, Douglass contrasts his feelings about being sold with those of the other slaves. Record quoted evidence here.Why do you think he added this commentary Douglass lament over the treatment of his grandmother is possibly the most emotionally portion of the bookgive examples of diction and phrases that reveal his anger. (pages 61-63)Comment on Douglass savvy intelligence when he leaves...
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