Toussaint L Ouverture Poetry Analysis

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The information on the Haitian Revolution was very useful when reading William Wordsworth’s To Toussaint L’Ouverture. The story of L’Ouverture reminded me a lot of the story of Three-Fingered Jack. Both men inspired their fellow brothers to make a change in the world and to fight against slavery. The Mad Mother reminded me a lot of the Harriet Ann Jacobs piece when she talks about how mothers would have to watch their children being sold. Both of Wordsworth’s poems seem to show his sympathy for those suffering because of slavery. William Wordsworth shows his admiration for Toussaint L’Ouverture in his poem To Toussaint L’Ouverture. There is one line in the poem which talks about bonds. Based on the biographical information, I think that this
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