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African American Literature
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You are to write a paper of twelve to fourteen pages of typed text (not including the works cited page). This must be an original paper (written this semester for this course) with an argument developed by you and approved by the professor. You are provided a great deal of latitude in composing this paper. However, it must be from one of the works we are covering (unless approved by

The paper should be a thorough, critical analysis, of a specific point related to theme, form, representation, symbol, or any other area you deem important. It must be analysis (not something obvious to the average reader). Again, this is not a plot Make sure to write in MLA format

The topic I want to focus on is Booker T Washington and his hypocrisy in his Atlanta's exposition about technical education and relate it to how it fails African Americans today in society

From English, General English Due on: 23 Mar, 2018 03:14:00 Asked on: 09 Mar, 2018 08:14:50
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    Booker T Washington
    Name Course Professor Booker T Washington Slavery is one of those subjects that one wants to forget because it usually reminds people how inhumane humans can actually be. Consequently, while one is trying to forget slavery’s horrible past, they also forget the many great people who overcame its oppressive tendencies and rose to seats of successfulness. One of the most recognizable people who accomplished this great feat is Booker T. Washington. Washington’s strong will to become more than just an uneducated ex-slave is simply astounding as he tells his story in his autobiography, Up from Slavery. Washington explains the major and most memorable moments in his life with intriguing detail. Through his book, he expresses how eager he is to educate himself and also teach others to do the same. He also conveys the story of his life while explaining the importance of education, determination, and e
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