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Find at least two examples in the text where you feel Douglass is exaggerating or self-glorifying. Briefly explain, in complete sentences, why you feel the quote fits the criteria. Type out the exact quotes and cite the chapter.

Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass Study Questions

 

Directions:      Read Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass (available on Blackboard). The answers to the first nine questions must be typed, double-spaced with standard margins.  Do not use the same example more than once.  The remaining questions can be answered on the paper provided or on your own paper.  Some of the questions may require some additional research.

 

1)                  Find at least two examples in the text where you feel Douglass is exaggerating or self-glorifying.  Briefly explain, in complete sentences, why you feel the quote fits the criteria.  Type out the exact quotes and cite the chapter.

 

2)                  Find at least two examples in the text where you feel Douglass is using sentimentalism and/or emotional manipulation of the reader.  Briefly explain, in complete sentences, why you feel the quote fits the criteria.  Type out the exact quotes and cite the chapter.

 

3)                  Find at least three examples in the text of the influence of religion on Douglass.  Briefly explain, in complete sentences, why you feel the quote fits the criteria.  Type out the exact quotes and cite the chapter.

 

4)                  Find at least three examples of the physical violence used against slaves.  Briefly explain, in complete sentences, why you feel the quote fits the criteria.  Type out the exact quotes and cite the chapter.

 

5)                  Find at least three examples of the evils of slavery other than physical violence.  Briefly explain, in complete sentences, why you feel the quote fits the criteria.  Type out the exact quotes and cite the chapter.

 

6)                  Find at least two examples where Douglass points out how slavery negatively affected whites.  Briefly explain, in complete sentences, why you feel the quote fits the criteria.  Type out the exact quotes and cite the chapter.

 

7)                  Find at least three examples where Douglass discusses the power of reading, knowledge, and/or writing.  Briefly explain, in complete sentences, why you feel the quote fits the criteria.  Type out the exact quotes and cite the chapter.

 

8)                  What did Frederick Douglass do with the rest of his life after he wrote this book?  Explain his personal, professional and political accomplishments. Your answer must be typed in complete sentences and may require you to consult additional sources.  (Minimum length = ½ page)

 

 


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