English 11 Literary Anaylsis 1

English 11 Literary Anaylsis 1 - Vocabulary 1 Benefit...

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David Park English 11 Literary Analysis 1 Literary Analysis 1. He make his case against slavery by showing the reader the punishment that he had to go through of knowing the knowledge but yet get more and more miserable. He is showing that readers how he was treated also so his case against slavery. 2. “It was slavery-not its mere incidents-that I hated.” 3. It would have been in two different perspectives first of all. It would have taken the white in favor and made it not seem like they did that much. 4. I think he respects Mrs. Auld. I think he feels that way because she is just saying the truth and what should be done. 5. The tone gets a sense of anger and how he really felt and how he was really against slavery. When he says “It was slavery-not its mere incidents-that I hated.” 6. He is serving as a model to prevent slavery and showing the reader what he basically went through he expresses his feelings really well in this story.
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Unformatted text preview: Vocabulary 1. Benefit: something that is advantageous or good 2. Benefactor: a kindly helper. 3. Benediction: an utterance of good wishes Spelling 1. Stringency 2. Lenience 3. Insistency 4. Reverence Fluency 1. Redolent, Depravity, Congenial, Benevolent, Consternation, Stringency Grammar 1. Neither, nor 2. Not only, but 3. Whether, or 4. Just as, so 5. Either, or The slavery brought not only mischief but also a pain that would never be wiped away. Just as the slaves got treaded bad but so did the children of the slaves. Neither the people nor the government would try to do anything back then. Either the slaves had to rebel or there need to be a change in order for a free society. Whether they were going to give freedom to slave or the slave were going to fight for it they were determined to get there freedom....
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