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Essay consists of 1500-2000 words. Therefore, this writing minimum requirement is 6–8 pages (double-spaced). The Final Essay itself must include an introduction, multiple fully developed body paragraphs, and a conclusion, along with a separate Works Cited page. The Final Essay must be written in MLA format. Students need to include at least 7 external sources for this assignment, such as, Academic Journal Articles, Books, Dissertations/Master Theses, Essays, Studies, Reports, Newspaper Articles, Magazine Articles, or even Interviews.
After examining Sundiata’s Epic, and Phillis Wheatley’s poem, what do we learn about life in Africa, and the trans-Atlantic slave trade? To be more specific, students need to explore the customs, traditions, and manners of the many different peoples in Africa that Sundiata came in to contact with as he travelled from the interior of Africa to the West Coast of Africa. Another thing to consider is how does Sundiata’s Epic help us to understand African and African American history today? In addition, student’s need to expound upon how Wheatley’s poem reveals the ugly horrors of being enslaved on board a slave ship, and the terrible aftermath of the European slave trade on Africa and African peoples, globally? Throughout her poem, the European slave trade and slavery in general can be expanded on further in detail to show how African economies, ways of life, the African family structure were dismantled. In final, students need to discuss what they took away personally from Sundiata’s Epic and Wheatley’s poem. Please rely on the text itself and outside sources as evidence to support any claims made.