Frederick Douglass DB Ch 1:
1) First off, Douglass reveals the fact that he doesn't clearly know his birthdate, and was left
uninformed to remain ignorant, uneducated, and separated from the rest of society. Douglass was
lucky enough to at least know the
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I. Intro: Chapter 3 is entitled Of Mr. Booker T. Washington and Others. It covers W.E.B.
Du Bois opinions of Booker T. Washington and his critique of what was done about
the black equality and education problem.
II. Main Points
A. Washington had much supp
1. According to William Lloyd Garrison, how did Frederick Douglass become involved
with the abolitionist movement?
a. Garrison had attended a meeting for the Anti-Slavery Society in 1841, located in
Nantucket. A re
1. Douglass, who actively mentions God and his praise for Christianity throughout his story and
autobiography, has a very positive view about religion and his faith, as well as his life. He stays
positive through G
Hughes is analyzing the fact that even after emancipation, the mentality of I write poems well for black,
but I would like to write poems like a white is still looming around the consciousness of many black
1. What is The Ballad of Rudolph Reed about?
This ballad by Gwendolyn Brooks covers the life of a family, The Reeds, praying for a real
home. When they finally branch out of their ghetto, in which they were confine
Describe the significance of the title A Hero Ain't Nothin' But a Sandwich. Who says it, why,
and how is it an appropriate title for the novel?
Benjie is the character who uses this phrase (page 125). Its Butl
A TEACHERS GUIDE TO THE SIGNET CLASSIC EDITION OF
A NARRATIVE OF THE LIFE
OF FREDERICK DOUGLASS
AN AMERICAN SLAVE
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Martin Luther King, Ir.
Martin Luther King, Ir. was an ordained minister who led a boycott of the
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Norton and Mary D. I-Ierter Norton ﬁrst published lectures delivered at the People's Institute. the adult
education division of New York City's Cooper Union. The
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1. Summarize Dr. King's central argument in 2-4 sentences.
The context of the Letter is the protests against the clergymen of Birmingham. These
clergymen disapprove of Dr. Kings actions while he is representing the