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Sojourner Truth

Ain't I A Woman

Nonfiction | Essay / Speech | Adult | Published in 1851

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Essay Topics

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In her speech, Truth addresses both women’s rights and abolition. How does advocating for both causes in the same speech affect her overall argument?

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Witnesses of Truth’s speech later wrote about moments of laughter in the audience. Do you notice any shifts in tone during the speech that could result in such a reaction? How does Truth achieve this, and why?

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Truth ultimately advocates for women’s suffrage. How does Truth argue that women are equal to men? Do you think her arguments are effective?

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