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What thematic statement fromNarrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, anAmerican Slaveby Frederick Douglass is most prevalent? Should readerssupport, refute, or agree up to a point with his message?54.543.53Title &“Grabber”The essay’s title andfirst sentence(s) bothcreatively introducewhat thematic idea(s)the essay will examineand create suspenseabout what statementthe author plans tomake on the subjectThe essay’s titleand firstsentence(s)somewhatintroduces whatthematic idea(s)the essay willexamine. Createslittle suspense.The essay’stitle doesnot haveanything todo with thethematicidea. Thereis nosuspense;the title iscompletelyoff topic.ThesisIdentifies a legitimatecounter-argumentbefore respondingdirectly and fully to theprompt given aboveIdentifies anargument thatisn’t very strong,responds some tothe prompt given;but leaves someparts outDoes notpresent acounter-argumentthatrespondsdirectlytowards theprompt.

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Term
Spring
Professor
C. BAUM
Tags
Frederick Douglass, Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, Style guide, Parenthetical referencing

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