In a 4+ page essay reflection on Jubilee, consider the following questions:
• Why does Margaret Walker call this book “Jubilee”?
• What can we learn about slavery from Vyry’s childhood?
• What does it mean to be a young girl in Vyry’s world? How does her experience compare to other young girls at the time?
• What expectations did men have of women in slavery?
• How helpful is this book to an understanding of American history?
1) Your paper must contain specific quotes from the book to support your arguments. Essays should be formatted in the citation style (APA, MLA, or Chicago Style) with which you are most comfortable/the one used in your major department. If you have questions about citations, please be in touch—I’m happy to help!
2) The composition of all papers must be entirely your own work. If the words/intellectual property of another are used, even to a limited degree, quotation marks must be used and a documentary reference (a parenthetical note) given. Failure to give such credit is plagiarism and is equivalent to cheating on an examination. Submission of a paper which is copied from another work has been submitted in another course in a previous term at Maryville or another school, is written by someone other than the student, and/or which contains fictitious notes, will result in failure
Please please read the instruction and cite only the book. I just found some chapters online. I do not have pdf option to upload it.