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Reading can take you to a place that you could not imagine Authors have a way of transporting you into their story where you can believe you were actually there You can live a life just by reading a story a book a novel or a speech You get a feeling of putting yourself into that situation that they are portraying You feel so many emotions and that is when you are truly drawn to the writing of the authorFrom reading the title Aint I A Woman I postulate the reading is going to be about a woman in the time of slavery when women were not treated to the same degree During this time women were viewed differently from men andjudged by the color of their skin White and black women had different rights and jobs to maintain as ordered to do so Everyone should be treated equally no matter the color of his or herskin race or gender This reading I wouldimagineis going to contain facts and thoughts about the topic of equality during the time of slaveryThe content of the book can be subjective dependinguponyour beliefs and views This content was not surprising to me because I have read and heard much about this topic throughout my years of school However I thought parts of the content were interesting because I have never heard it explained in that particular wayFor instance He says women cant have as much rights as men cause Christ wasnt woman TruthThis part was intriguing to me because I have always thought they just didnt think women werent as strong and powerful as men prevail The message of this reading is very powerful and serious To me I felt a little of what women had to struggle with during this eraThis style of writing bySojournerTruth is very informal In this reading it feels as though the author is having
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