The Life Of Harriet Jacobs And What She Went Through As A Child And As An Adult

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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 types of work she has done in her lifetime and the article touches on the importance of Harriet’s slave narrative. Andrews, William L. "Slave Narrative." Encyclopedia Britannica Online. Encyclopedia Britannica, Web. 11 Oct. 2016. This main idea of this article is to inform the readers what a slave narrative is. I think that the intended audience for this article is the general public. I thought this article was interesting and could relate to Harriet Jacobs because her narrative is a slave narrative. I think I will use this article for my research project because it can help understand what a slave narrative is a little better. There is no information on the author, just his name and the conclusion that the author made is knowing and understanding the importance of a slave ... ... middle of paper ... ...iet Jacobs narrative has a combination of very different genres. Yellin, Jean Fagan. "Harriet Jacobs." Jacobs, Harriet. Web. 11 Oct. 2016. The main purpose of this article is to inform the readers about the life of Harriet Jacobs, it gives a brief overview of her life. It talks about how her narrative focuses on racism and sexual oppression. I think that the intended audience for this source is anyone who is interested in slavery and African American history. I think this source is useful for me and I would use this source for my research project because it will give me great information on my topic that I want to do for my research project. Something interesting from this source was when Harriet Jacobs composed her autobiography she used fictitious names for her and everyone else. The conclusion that the author made is that Harriet Jacobs was a strong individual.

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