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Tarrance KLG

PROMPT: Imperialism in the Congo

Hochschilds writing changed throughout this book significantly. The way he introduces King Leopold and his intelligence is very creative. However, when he starts to go into explaining the characters, for example, Stanley, they start to become devious and negative towards the characters who have helped Leopold succeed in his massacre and brutality with the Congolese in the Congo. Throughout the book, Leopold gains major power in order to colonize the Congo, and he does this with lots of knowledge and...

almost 5 years ago

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Trevon started following Katie

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Maxfield

PROMPT: Imperialism in the Congo

This is a great start Katie. I love the examples that you've been using to compare to King Leopold.

almost 5 years ago

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Trevon published:

Tarrance KLG

PROMPT: Imperialism in the Congo

Hochschilds writing changed throughout this book significantly. The way he introduces King Leopold and his intelligence is very creative, however, when he starts to go into explaining the characters, for example, Stanley, they start to become devious and negative towards the characters who have helped Leopold succeed in his massacre and brutality with the African Americans in the congo. Throughout the book, Leopold gains major power in order to colonize the congo, and he does this with lots of knowledge...

almost 5 years ago

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Trevon published:

Tarrance KLG

PROMPT: Imperialism in the Congo

Hochschilds writing changed throughout this book significantly. The way he introduces King Leopold and his intelligence is very creative, however, when he starts to go into explaining the characters, for example, Stanley, they start to become devious and negative towards the characters who have helped Leopold succeed in his massacre and brutality with the African Americans in the congo. Throughout the book, Leopold gains major power in order to colonize the congo, and he does this with lots of knowledge...

almost 5 years ago