Literary Influences On The Life Of Harriet Jacobs: Harriet B. Jacobs

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Andrews, L. William "Harriet A. Jacobs (Harriet Ann), 1813-1897." Harriet A. Jacobs (Harriet Ann), 1813-1897. Web. 10 Oct. 2016. The main point of this source is to inform readers about the life of Harriet Jacobs’ and what she went through as a child and as an adult. The source talks about all the different types of work that Harriet Jacobs did. The audience for this article would be the general public and there was no information about the author of this source. His name was William L. Andrews. I think that this article is useful for me because it is very informative. The conclusion of this article is that Harriet Jacobs settled and died in Washington, D.C in the mid-1880s. The observation or conclusion that I have made is that this article was very well written and I would use this as a source for my research paper because the information in this article can relate to my research paper. One helpful thing from the article was reading about the different…show more content…
Written by Herself | Vivanco | Thirdspace: A Journal of Feminist Theory & Culture." Literary Influences on Harriet Jacobs 's Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl. Written by Herself | Vivanco | Thirdspace: A Journal of Feminist Theory & Culture. Web. 10 Oct. 2016. The main purpose of this article is the different literacy authors talking about and analyzing Harriet Jacobs narrative and comparing to other authors work. They were comparing male and female slave narrative and that Harriet Jacobs’ narrative was sentimental. I think the intended audience for this article is females and that was stated in the article. One thing that I found interesting was that Harriet Jacobs’ was proved to be a trickster figure and that her narrative is associated with the picaresque novel. I think I will be using this article because it goes into great detail about literary genre about slave narratives. The conclusion that the author came up with was that Harriet Jacobs narrative has a combination of very different

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