"Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl" by Harriet Jacobs
Harriet Jacobs was born into a family of African American slaves. Unlike Frederick Douglass, she was not taken away from her parents when she was born. Her parents tried to make their home as normal as possible. They succeeded for a long period of time. Harriet didn't know that she was a slave until her parents died when she whilst she was still a young girl. When they died her grandmother took care of her.
One part of her life that really stood out to me was when she ran away from her master. This event posed a serious threat on her life. …
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