Interview With Phillis Wheatley
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July 30, 2014
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The Life and Works of Phillis Wheatley). Some people on the ship would look at our race “with scornful eye” (Wheatley, 37. The Life and Works of Phillis Wheatley) and say, “’Their colour is a diabolic dye’” (Wheatley, 37. The Life and Works of Phillis Wheatley).
Me (Question 2): How did you learn English? Who taught you?
Phillis Wheatley: I was very fortunate to get into a family who treated me well...
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The Wheatley’s were a very nice family, and they said they noticed something about me, some sort of intelligence, right away. They knew I was interested in learning how to read, write and speak English. Mary Wheatley (one of their daughters) instructed me on my household chores but also helped me with my English tongue...
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