I have a list of questions to answer from a reading selection called "The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano".
#2 says... Short notes on Slave Narrative as a genre.
I am not sure what I am supposed to put.
Any help will be appreciated.
Here is a collection of websites that should give you some ideas:
I should think you'd need to include such ideas as what they are, how they were collected (narrated and then written?), how they serve as a genre on their own, etc. But those are just my guesses. Be sure to go through at least the first ten among the results linked above to decide for yourself.
Also, if you wish to re-post with what you come up with, someone here will be able to give you feedback.
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