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“Stanzas on Freedom” and “Free Labor”. Poetry on Slavery. Important Literary Elements. Symbol – A person, place, object, or activity that has a meaning but also stands for something else Example: Heart = love, Handshake = friendship Protest Poetry – Persuades readers.

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important literary elements
Important Literary Elements
  • Symbol –
    • A person, place, object, or activity that has a meaning but also stands for something else
      • Example: Heart = love, Handshake = friendship
  • Protest Poetry –
    • Persuades readers
stanzas on freedom james russell lowell
“Stanzas on Freedom” - James Russell Lowell
  • Lowell was a life-long abolitionist
    • End slavery
  • Challenges Free men and women to work on behalf of their enslaved brothers and sisters
  • One cannot be free unless the others are
free labor frances ellen watkins harper
“Free Labor” - Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
  • Describes the conditions of slavery by referring to her clothing