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How to Analyze the Works of Frederick Douglass (Essential Critiques)

Valerie Bodden

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ISBN 10: 1617836443 / ISBN 13: 9781617836442
Published by Essential Library, 2013
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Title: How to Analyze the Works of Frederick ...

Publisher: Essential Library

Publication Date: 2013

Binding: Library Binding

Book Condition: Good

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Presents critiques of the abolitionist's works and guides readers through the process of analyzing them from different critical angles, including moralist, racial, and rhetorical viewpoints.

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The Essential Critiques series helps students understand the basics of critical theory: what a thesis statement is and how to support it by analyzing three or four works, each from a different perspective. Each title begins with biographical information. Next, a piece of writing, such as Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address, is used to sum up the context for the speech and what points were made. The author then analyzes the work using, say, feminist criticism or political criticism and creates a thesis statement (highlighted on the page and explained further in a sidebar). Quotes from the original work are used to support the thesis, and then the reader is invited to consider whether they think the author made a persuasive case. Frederick Douglass is slightly repetitive, since the first work considered is his autobiography, but his life and words are engaging nonetheless. With the recent emphasis on critical thinking in the Common Core Standards, this should be a useful tool as well as a solid biographical resource. Grades 7-10. --Susan Dove Lempke

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