Write a 100-word report on who your target audience should be for your autobiography. Explain why you have selected this audience, even if it's only for your eyes only.
Write 500 words on this: "What benefits would I get from writing an autobiography?"
Write 500 words on this topic: "What can you do now to make your biography less disjointed than Twain's?
George Washington Plunkitt was a New York City machine-politician in the late 1800s and early 1900s. He seemingly dedicated his whole life to Tammany Politics and graft. He did not write his own autobiography, and instead authorized one by William L. Riordon. Unfortunately for him, however, he didn't learn much from history. His autobiography was written with his own trusting constituents as the intended audience. This false sense of security made him extremely open with how he obtained his money, due to justifications, intentional mislabelings, and the influence, of all people, of Riordon.
Throughout his life, Booker T. Washington had a bright view and plan for future acceptance and equality for blacks. He felt that blacks could earn respect by finding a need that a society has, and then finding a way to fill the need. In my opinion, all of the changes brought by the last century, be they good or bad, have not shaken the validity of Washington's message. It continues to be an accurate view of the future.
Writing assignment. Write 100 words on this topic: “Was Washington’s program for gaining social acceptance for blacks an elitist program?”
Writing assignment: 500 words on this topic: "What are some memorable images from the narrative? Why are they memorable?"