What are some major comparisons and contrasts between Frederick Douglass and Martin Luther King Jr?
if this person if from a.t this is izzi and i have the same question
Frederick Douglass has written: 'In the words of Frederick Douglass' -- subject(s): History, African Americans, Civil rights, Quotations, Quotations, maxims, Political and social views 'Frederick Douglass on women's rights' -- subject(s): Women's rights, Addresses, essays, lectures 'Southern questions' -- subject(s): Education, African Americans 'Men of color, to arms!' -- subject(s): African American Participation, History, United States Civil War, 1861-1865 'America A Concise History 3e & Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass 2e & Our…
they dont have many contrasts, but they have many comparisons. for example, chillingworth and heathcliff are both out looking for revenge and drive themselves insane for revenge, as they grow weak from wanting it so badly. they are both gothic/romantic novels, although wuthering heights has more gothic aspects, whilst scarlet letter has more romantic aspects
there are many differences. for example Fredrick Douglass. he was born a slave , was taught the alphabet , he never knew who his father was , he was the only black delegate elected to attend the post-war covention on reconstruction . Abraham Lincoln. as a child his family was very porr , his mother died when he was ten years old , he had little formal schooling and was legally self-taught, and so on…
The girl and the grandmother are the same because they share the same blood. However, they have different points of view. Thus, makes them different. The grandmother doesn't see the importance of respect. She looks down upon people if they are different from her. The girl doesn't think it is right to show disrespect especially to one that's a different race because she is mixed.
What comparisons does the author make between women and children What do these comparisons reveal about woman's status?
What are the differences between the two passages the story of my life by Helen Keller and narrative of the life of Frederick Douglass an American slave?
Helen Keller's The Story Of My Life has many differences one is that Helen Keller talks about being blind and learning what things or called. this was difficult to do because Helen Keller is dump, deaf, and blind .In Frederick Douglass's story it talked about being a slave and trying tolearn how to read and write while master Hugh's wife strongly disagrees.