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The Story of RaThe Story of Ra
In the beginning, before there was any land of Egypt, all was darkness, and there was nothing but a great waste of water called Nun. The power of Nun was such that there arose out of the darkness a great shining egg, and this was Ra
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I have now reached a period of my life when Ican give dates. I left Baltimore, and went to livewith Master Thomas Auld, at St. Michael\I have now reached a period of my life when Ican give dates. I left Baltimore, and went to livewith Master Thomas Auld, at St. Michael's, inMarch, 1832
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From Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American SlaveFrom Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave
Directions: Please answer the following questions in complete sentences. For most of them you will have to think—just a head’s up
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The Battle With Mr. CoveyThe Battle With Mr. Covey
What is the purpose of incorporating the above literary techniques? What do they add to the passage?
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Storyteller’s Toolbox Anchor ChartStoryteller’s Toolbox Anchor Chart
Background: When he was 16, Douglass was sent to a new master, Thomas Auld, who owned a plantation in St. Michael’s, Maryland. Auld found Douglass defiant, and rented him out for one year to a nearby farmer, Edward Covey
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A contest of narrativesA contest of narratives
Only two weeks before, he had had a heated argument with someone to whom he had refused to give a loan, brusquely ordering him to leave the house. In short
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