Outline Of The Great Gatsby Dialectical Journal

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1. Washington’s tone throughout this article about slavery is dark but forgiving. He speaks of the terrors of slavery but also of the love, sacrifice and forgiveness that came afterwards. 2. “The cabin was without glass windows; it only had openings in the side which let in the light, and also cold, chilly air of winter.” (189) “ In the centre of the earthen floor there was a large, deep opening covered with boards, which was used as a place in which to store sweet potatoes during the winter.” (198) “we slept in and on a bundle of filthy rags laid upon the dirt floor.” (190) “I knew I would always get a severe scolding or flogging.” (191) “I had no schooling whatever while I was a slave,” (191) “meals were gotten by the children

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