USF History of Early Sex in America Reflection


Harriet Jacobs Book
Reading: Harriet Jacobs, Incidents in the Life of A Slave Girl
Discussion Questions: Use the following questions below to analyze the main ideas and themes expressed in the reading:
Q: What are some of the prominent themes that Jacobs emphasizes in her story? Provide a few specific examples from the reading to supplement your answer.
Q: How does Jacobs represent and explain the interior lives and survival strategies of enslaved women?
Q: Slave narratives and autobiographies by men often equate emancipation with manhood. For example, in Frederick Douglass’s narrative, his ability to physically confront and ward off his brutal master Covey is a defining moment that Douglass remarks made him into a “changed being.” “I was no longer a slave,” Douglass exclaims, “I was a man!” How does the story and history of Jacobs’ life paint a different picture of the struggles of enslaved women? What does “emancipation” look like for her?
Guidelines and Requirements:
After thinking through the discussion questions, you should submit a 2-3 paragraph analysis of the book that reflects on the major themes and ideas conveyed in Jacobs’ narrative.

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