The Souls of Black Folk Essay | The Soul of Black Folks

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The Soul of Black Folks

Summary: Discusses the W.E.B Du Bois' essay, "The Soul of Black Folks." Describes how the essay gives the reader a deeper understanding into the lives of the people of African heritage. Explains why Du Bois stated that the "problem of the Twentieth Century is the problem of the color-line."
The Souls of Black Folk broadens the minds of the readers, and gives the reader a deeper understanding into the lives of the people of African heritage. W.E.B. Du Bois articulates the true meaning of the problem of the color-line through his vast knowledge of American history and descriptive personal scenarios. Du Bois attempts to explain why the "problem of the Twentieth Century is the problem of the color-line" (Dubois 13). In his essay, Du Bois administers the usages of both a rational and an emotional appeal by underlining the facts of racial discrimination through Jim Crow Laws and lynching, and his personal references of childhood memories to demonstrate his perspective of the problems of African Americans. Du Bois effectively reaches his audience by earnestly convincing the people of the North and the South that African Americans are human beings of flesh and blood...

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