19th Century American Slavery: Expository Synthesis Essay

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He also commonly used compare and contrast examples to show the stark difference between freedom and slavery “I was now for the first time in my life a free man… I found myself even more awkward than a country boy in the big city.” (Douglas 59). This communicated directly to his target audience because they were well educated and needed the cold hard facts to sway their point...
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This communicated directly to his target audience because they were well educated and needed the cold hard facts to sway their point. Douglas also centers his narrative on a scientific, objective theme. He carefully weaves in emotion only were completely necessary and maintains a general overview of the events that happened to him throughout the narrative...
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