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    Harriet Jacobs book is uite a nuanced account of slavery from the point of view of one who is not physically abused This does not make slavery any better being owned and used and having no free will cannot ever be anything but terrible but it was less painful For most slave owners slaves were extremely expensive farm animals and only the richest who could afford 'herds' of them would be able to maltreat them

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    This book was first published in 1861 and reprinted in the 1970s Scholars initially doubted it was written by a

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    A remarkable and vivid autobiography that details the life of Harriet Jacobs as a slave in North Carolina in the mid 1800s My Master had power and law on his side I had a determined will There is might in each uote from Incidents in the Life of a Slave GirlThis should be reuired reading in YA and history students in schools as it is documen

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    A human being sold in the free city of New York The bill of sale is on record and future generations will learn from it that women were articles of traffic in New York late in the nineteenth century of the Christian religion It may hereafter prove a useful document to antiuaries who are seeking to measure the progress of civilization in the United States Once upon a time in America not too long ago fellow human beings

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    Book Review Harriet Ann Jacob’s work was similar to Frederick Douglass’ narrative in that both of the pieces read so uickly and easily I very much enjoyed Jacob’s piece The language seemed so real and almost as though Harriet or Linda was telling the story to me herself I understood the work very easily also probably because

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    Harriet Ann Jacobs Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl is a harrowing account of one woman's journey from slavery to freedom It is one of only a few remaining slave narratives written by and about womenHarriet Ann Jacobs was born into slavery but always knew she deserved to be free Her younger years were spent under a kind mistress though what an oxymoron a kind owner of another human being? After this mistress died it appear

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    Reader it is not to awaken sympathy for myself that I am telling you truthfully what I suffered in slavery I do it to kindle the flame of compassion in your heart for my sisters who are still in bondage suffering as I once suffered In the pre civil war period of 1861 Harriet Jacobs was the only black woman in the United

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    Never having read a memoir written by a person living under the yoke of slavery I found this autobiography painful and enlightening Harriet Jacobs must have been a wonderfully strong woman to endure what she did and to demand her full rights as a human being She refused to give in to the sexual demands of her owner Let's examine th

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    Filled with sadness heartache and misery Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl is the personal story of Harriet Ann Jacobs known as Linda Linda was born into slavery and enjoyed a life of childish happiness for a

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    I found this book in the free classics section of the other night when I couldn't sleep I couldn't put it down finished the whole thing within 30 hours Slavery is such a heartbreaking thing this book really helped me understand how devastating it was and why it had such a lasting impact on our society Highly recommend

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The true story of an individual's struggle for self identity self preservation and freedom Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl remains among the few extant slave narratives written by a woman This autobiographical account chronicles the remarkable odyssey of Harriet Jacobs 1813–1897 whose dauntless spirit and faith carried her from a life of servitude and deg. Harriet Jacobs book is uite a nuanced account of slavery from the point of view of one who is not physically abused This does not make slavery any better being owned and used and having no free will cannot ever be anything but terrible but it was less painful For most slave owners slaves were extremely expensive farm animals and only the richest who could afford herds of them would be able to maltreat them on a continual basis If you want hard work from your oxen and you want to breed from your cows they have to be kept healthy and in good condition Well fed rested and with down time Not a life of ease or uality not one without the whip but one designed that the animals will do their job dawn to dusk and breed on a regular basis So it was with slavesHowever there is a line in a book Caribbean Slave Society and Economy A Student Reader by Beckles and Shepherd that says Within one year of the free market being established in Kingston it was run by slaves much to everyone s satisfactionWhat does that say It says uite a few things It says that the slaves had time and plots of land big enough to grow produce than sufficient for their needs and of a high uality It says that some slave masters allowed slaves time to go to market and sell their produce once a week which is allowing entrepreneurship It says that the slaves were well organised and commercially savvy It says they had good customer service skills What it says most of all was that Slaves were all victimised but not all became victims And that is why there are so many successful Black islands in the Caribbean But this is not to blame those were victims It must have been very hard to have the strength of mind and character not to be when one is owned beaten and treated far worse than the family dog The best book I could recommend on slaves not being victims is Marlon James The Book of Night Women A very enjoyable and instructive book that will have you cheering and rooting for some characters that do some very evil things You might have to listen to it rather than read it though as it is almost all in Jamaican dialectRead Jan 2013 reviewed Aug 2016 Haute Chinese Cuisine from the Kitchen of Wakiya preservation and freedom Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl remains among the few extant slave narratives written by a woman This autobiographical account chronicles the remarkable odyssey of Harriet Jacobs 1813–1897 whose dauntless spirit and faith carried her from a life of servitude and deg. Harriet Jacobs book is uite a nuanced account of slavery from the Twisted point of view of one who is not The Exploration of the Male Anatomy physically abused This does not make slavery any better being owned and used and having no free will cannot ever be anything but terrible but it was less All Night Long (Nannies, plots of land big enough to grow The Freeze-Frame Revolution produce once a week which is allowing entrepreneurship It says that the slaves were well organised and commercially savvy It says they had good customer service skills What it says most of all was that Slaves were all victimised but not all became victims And that is why there are so many successful Black islands in the Caribbean But this is not to blame those were victims It must have been very hard to have the strength of mind and character not to be when one is owned beaten and treated far worse than the family dog The best book I could recommend on slaves not being victims is Marlon James The Book of Night Women A very enjoyable and instructive book that will have you cheering and rooting for some characters that do some very evil things You might have to listen to it rather than read it though as it is almost all in Jamaican dialectRead Jan 2013 reviewed Aug 2016

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Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl Written by Herself

Radation in North Carolina to liberty and reunion with her children in the NorthWritten and published in 1861 after Jacobs' harrowing escape from a vile and predatory master the memoir delivers a powerful and unflinching portrayal of the abuses and hypocrisy of the master slave relationship Jacobs writes frankly of the horrors she suffered as a slave her eventual. Harriet Ann Jacobs Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl is a harrowing account of one woman s journey from slavery to freedom It is one of only a few remaining slave narratives written by and about womenHarriet Ann Jacobs was born into slavery but always knew she deserved to be free Her younger years were spent under a kind mistress though what an oxymoron a kind owner of another human being After this mistress died it appeared she wasn t so kind after all Instead of setting Harriet or Linda her pseudonym in the book and her brother free she beueathed them to others Linda was given to her mistress infant niece whose father was a lecherous and evil man who hounded Linda mercilessly Like other slave owners Flint saw her not as another human being but as a piece of property to be used however he wished Linda eventually had two children and when Dr Flint threatened to send them to a plantation to break them if she did not succumb to his wishes young Linda ran away rather than let him use her children as a pawn She hid in a tiny crawl space under the roof of a shed in her grandmother s backyardWith the current pandemic it is helpful to put things into perspective Many act like it is persecution to be asked to stay home as much as possible In our own homes with all our modern comforts SafeLinda lived for seven years in a space she couldn t even stand up in A space measuring 9 X 7 X 3 feet 3 feet at its highest For my non American friends 27 X 21 X91 meters Seven years in that tiny space constantly in fear of being discovered Chattel slaves who ran away were put through the most unimaginable horrors if they were caught The fear Linda lived with every single day and hour and minute of her life would have destroyed a weaker person Thankfully this young woman eventually was able to flee to the North and in spite of the Fugitive Slave Act which said Northerners had to return any escaped slaves to their Southern owners Linda was able to evade capture for years until a kind employer purchased her freedom Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl is LindaHarriet s autobiography She writes beautifully though harrowingly It is never easy to read of the tortures endured by chattel slaves in America and it would have been extremely difficult for Harriet to pen these words reliving the excruciating circumstances she endured all because of the color of her skinHarriet remained ever hopeful in spite of witnessing unspeakable crimes against herself and her fellow slaves Her spirit was indomitable The book reads almost like a novel Unfortunately for millions chattel slavery was not fiction Harriet wrote this book in hopes of exposing the horrors of slavery to Northerners to win them over to the abolitionist cause Her courage and fortitude are remarkable She writes with deep insight of the mind of the slave and the mind of the slave ownerThis is a book I think all Americans should read We do not need statues honoring Confederate soldiers in order to remember history We need to read books like thisHighly recommend Photo on Wikimedia Commons Attributions Gilbert Studios Washington DC C M Gilbert restored by Adam CuerdenJuly 2020 classic of the month Pretend God Is Deaf published in 1861 after Jacobs' harrowing escape from a vile and Cased Images & Tintypes KwikGuide predatory master the memoir delivers a Las Puertas Del Amor powerful and unflinching Discoveries portrayal of the abuses and hypocrisy of the master slave relationship Jacobs writes frankly of the horrors she suffered as a slave her eventual. 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Escape after several unsuccessful attempts and her seven years in self imposed exile hiding in a coffin like garret attached to her grandmother's porchA rare firsthand account of a courageous woman's determination and endurance this inspirational story also represents a valuable historical record of the continuing battle for freedom and the preservation of famil. Filled with sadness heartache and misery Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl is the personal story of Harriet Ann Jacobs known as Linda Linda was born into slavery and enjoyed a life of childish happiness for a short time But when her mother s new owner Dr Flint took control of the slaves life changed for his unfortunate chattels For he was a cruel and vindictive man always free with the whip and chain for any slight misdemeanour The majority of the slave holders were this way it was rare to find someone who was kind to their slavesSlavery was part of life in the South in the 1800s fine if you were a slave holder a master shocking if you were mulatto as Linda and her family were This story was hard to read knowing it s all true all authenticated It s a well written account of the brutality of the era an emotional and worthwhile read which I recommendYou ll find this one free to download on Project Gutenberg Your Naughty Playmate 3 - Cuckolding Fantasy porchA rare firsthand account of a courageous woman's determination and endurance this inspirational story also represents a valuable historical record of the continuing battle for freedom and the Haute Chinese Cuisine from the Kitchen of Wakiya preservation of famil. Filled with sadness heartache and misery Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl is the Twisted personal story of Harriet Ann Jacobs known as Linda Linda was born into slavery and enjoyed a life of childish happiness for a short time But when her mother s new owner Dr Flint took control of the slaves life changed for his unfortunate chattels For he was a cruel and vindictive man always free with the whip and chain for any slight misdemeanour The majority of the slave holders were this way it was rare to find someone who was kind to their slavesSlavery was The Exploration of the Male Anatomy part of life in the South in the 1800s fine if you were a slave holder a master shocking if you were mulatto as Linda and her family were This story was hard to read knowing it s all true all authenticated It s a well written account of the brutality of the era an emotional and worthwhile read which I recommendYou ll find this one free to download on Project Gutenberg