Our Nig & Incindents in the Life of a Slave Girl - Guideline Questions

Our Nig & Incindents in the Life of a Slave Girl - Guideline Questions

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1) How did Frado define freedom? See section on not liking god o Told that He them and felt this (color) determined their freedom and well-being Puts some of blame on God All bc she’s black – p 42 Felt Frido, the dog, was more valuable presence than any humans within her life during servitude Knew she was free once refused to be beat in wood scene o Quote on p 58 Prayer was just for whites – p 53 Wished to be buried with James p 55 Didn’t wish to go to heaven if mistress was p 57 Mary dies and if goes to hell may be as black as Frado is – p 59 Free herself from the plague (Mrs. Belmont) – p60 Feeling better around p 69 – new friends and learning how to make hats Meets Samuel p 70 Never free from memories (bad ones) with Belmonts – p 72 2) Why did Frado see herself as in a worse position than a southern slave? 3) How did Harriet Jacobs define freedom? 4) Would Harriet Jacobs have agreed that life in the north could be worse than life in the south? 5) How did the white characters in these two books
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