Stranger In The Village Analysis

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Compare and contrast In reading the brief essays Stranger in the village and Learning to read by Fredrick Douglass and James Baldwin, I found myself not interested in reading because of the large vocabulary that I did not recognize. Nevertheless, I read them over again along with listening to them, which helped me to understand the vocabulary better. They both spoke about the negatives they faced being black. Still, they had different stories to tell. James wrote about moving to a place and being the only black person, no one knew yet everyone wanted to know about and Fredrick wrote about his trials and tribulations of learning to read as a black man. After analyzing these passages and genuinely trying to put myself in their position, personally
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