Booker T Washington

Booker T Washington
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  • #1Repetition of the word blood •"I was swallowing blood" p.31 Explanation:Blood represents violence. Booker T Washington had violence in him and wanted to act on it. He realized that using violence as a force was not the right solution but instead he decided to "swallow down" the violence and come up with a calmer solution. #2 "He was like a formless white death, a death which had been there all the time." p.86 Explanation: This idea that he had never been so close to a white man and the feeling of honor had caused him to want to go against what the white man wanted.
  • Motif : Booker T.Washington
  • #3 "Have one way of speaking in the North and another in the South" and "putting on" p. 164 Explanation: Washington also mentioned about acting one way and another way in a different situation( multiple personalities). He acts one way in front the White people in order to please them while behind their backs he acts out. #4 "The great leader and [educator's] p.29 Explanation:Lines from Booker t. Washington's speech at the Atlanta Cottons States and International Exposition are quoted word for word in the narrator's graduation speech. #5 I could hardly get to sleep for dreaming of revenge." p.195 Explanation: This quote identifies the idea of revenge being in his mind that causes him to suffer internally due to his lack of understanding of how he believes revenge is portrayed in his dream.
  • Statement: To approach violence, one must be willing to accept the consequences.
  • Our image was of invisibility because Booker T. Washington had a hidden agenda in which was kept hidden from the White race.
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