How would you describe the similarities and differences in the ways that both Harriet Jacobs in Incidents and Frances Ellen Watkins Harper in The Slave Mother describe the experience of having children as the human property of another human being? What kind of audience do you think they imagine and why? How do they appeal to this audience rhetorically? In other words, do they rely on ethos (authority/credibility), pathos (sympathy), or logos (logic), or a combination? How do we see them use these rhetorical strategies specifically?