The Task of Negro Womanhood . Elise Johnson McDougald By Samantha Edrich. The Task of N egro Womanhood. Elise Johnson Mcdougald focuses on the concerns of racial equality. She was a H arlem Renaissance women writer.
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Elise Johnson McDougald
By Samantha Edrich
Tone- The mood seems to be very upfront and straight to point saying how African American women are treated during the Harlem renaissance and that they are not all stereotypical, that many of them are struggling for advancements. I get a feeling of strength from it because it talks about how the women will solve there problems and what they are doing to be in control.
Technique-The form of this essay seems to be very descriptive in voicing the opinions of female African Americans and what they want and how they are being treated. Since it is a essay it seems to be very informative giving alto of information and really describing what it is like for the woman living in the new Harlem renaissance.