Up From Slavery

1. Up From Slavery is used by Doubleday, Page, and Company as the title of Booker T. Washington’s because they want to help whites in America realize who African-Americans really are and how Washington was able to rise above it all and become a successful citizen in the US even through his hard times. Washington […]

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Which Aspects of Slave Culture Has the Greatest Impact on Western Culture?

The slave culture has gradually influenced the Western culture in many different aspects of life such as music, art, food, language…etc. However, in my opinion, the western music has been affected the most by the slave culture because most music in western countries have been developed from slavery whereas our language has been affected the […]

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Animals Are Happy and Better in Jungle

“The Jungle” portrays the lower ranks of the industrial world as the scene of a naked struggle for survival. Where workers not only are forced to compete with each other but, if they falter, are hard pressed to keep starvation from their door and a roof over their heads. With unions weak and cheap labor […]

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Frederick Douglas’s My Bondage and My Freedom and the 1800s

American literature has always been greatly influenced by what the author experiences in his life, and it is very evident in lots of American writing. During the 1800s, slavery was a big influence on literature in America, especially for slaves because if they were literate, slavery was most likely the only thing they had to […]

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