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
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This note was uploaded on 12/07/2010 for the course AFAM 101 taught by Professor Mcmillan during the Fall '07 term at UNC.

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

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