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Unformatted text preview: She gives a long list of women who come begging to her in just one day. They are suffering physically from all kinds of pains, and emotionally from the deaths of so many of their children. Kemble makes it clear that the black slaves have the same feelings as white people. She actually admires their strength, while King only looks down on them. Kemble’s account is more accurate and true because it is closer to the actual lives of the slaves. She does not mention how well the plantation is doing economically, because from her perspective, seeing first-hand how much the slaves suffer, the profit is not worth mentioning. She sees the whole picture because the slaves realize she is someone who cares....
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2010 for the course HIST 101 taught by Professor Shmoe during the Spring '08 term at Holyoke CC.
- Spring '08