п»їYOUR NAME HERE: Cristina Villegas PERIOD: six Dialectical Log for Narrative of the Existence of Frederick Douglass ATTENTION: you must complete 5 log entries. Ensure that you are ANALYZING, not summarizing!!! Your research MAY NOT have the word " quoteвЂќ in it everywhere, nor when you start the analysis with " this shows, вЂќ or " here Douglass uses. вЂќ Instead, indentify the ACTION that is going on in terms of vocabulary. If you see a biblical rappel, type " Douglass engages biblical rappel to emphasizeвЂ¦вЂќ or something similar. You possibly will not use initially (" I actually, вЂќ " me, вЂќ " all of us, вЂќ " usвЂќ) or second person (" youвЂќ). Also, you mustn't begin every sentence with " Douglass. вЂќ Stick to ONE focused point every entry.
SIGNIFICANT QUOTES or paraphrases followed by quotation
Ex: " blah, blah, blahвЂќ (12).
Ex: " blah, blah, blah! вЂќ (12).
Ex: " blah, blah, blah? вЂќ(12).
EVALUATION: Move beyond plot to reflect on Douglass's use of rhetoric to further his agenda. What is Douglass's GOAL in the chosen quoteвЂ”what is definitely his disagreement, his meaning, and how really does his dialect help or hinder that purpose? Pretend that the narrative is a large essay with a group of particular arguments after which analyze that for its usage of rhetoric. I realize that the general message is often going to always be " captivity is wrong and should always be abolished, вЂќ but what refined arguments does Douglass present within that same disagreement? " Anybody wishes being impressed with the soul-killing associated with slavery, allow him to go to Colonel Lloyd's planting, and, upon allowance-day, place himself inside the deep pinus radiata woods, and there allow him to, in silence, analyze the appears that shall pass through the chambers of his soul, - of course, if he is not really thus impressed, it will only be because вЂthere is no flesh in his obdurate heart'вЂќ (9).
After describing his encounter in reading these sorrowful songs if he was young, Douglass sets apart himself coming from...