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America is portrayed to be the land of the free yet before and even after Francis Scott Key wrote The Star Spangled Banner in 1814 Americans have not shown to be the righteous residents of this beautiful land the way Francis Scott Key would have wanted us to be Instead we the white Americans have humiliated violated run-out and murdered those that are not exactly like we are In the following paper three brilliant authors will be discussed One being a woman who after the Revolution returned to England where she acted wrote many novels and married before forever being remembered for her greatest novel Charlotte Temple Another author being a man that went through more than we could possibly know His father was a gentleman of diverse race part Pequot and part white his mother was most likely a slave quite possibly part African American His family was very poor but that never let him down He wrote to his hearts content and today we read and love his stories and preachings of justice and truth Lastly the third author is not female Indian or a slave he is just a wine merchants son that loved literature His feelings toward what was happening in the world slavery prostitution etc were strong and political Because of this I feel he needed to be added to the brilliant writers that just didnt have a chance to live in the land of the free The best approach to Rowsons serious and her exaggerated language is to reflect on the authors audience and her reason in writing As Susanna Rowson saw it she was arming young women for endurance in a risky world populated by seducers frauds and phony friends The social order that forms the environment of the novel was dominated by a strict ethical code and defiances of it were dealt with very cruelly Keeping in mind that Rowson planned to reach the young and thoughtless
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