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  1. You guessed it. Rivers are the superstars of this poem, and our speaker likens his soul to the rivers he has known in his lifetime. However, we know our speaker could .
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  3. Negro Spirituals “These quaint religious songs were to the men more than a source of relaxation; they were a stimulus to courage and a tie to heaven.” It still rained in the morning when I.
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  6. Holy Bible, Holy Bible Holy Bible, book divine, book divine Before I’d be a slave I’d be buried in my grave And go home to my Father And be saved. O what weeping, Oh what weeping O what weeping over me, over me Before I’d be a slave I’d be buried in my grave And go home to my Father.
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  8. Were You There When They Crucified My Lord. A Negro Spiritual in Illustrations. [Crite, Allan Rohan.] on headbecutucerti.ducbubbklisnintfanicharpassrencupicon.infoinfo *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Were You There When They Crucified My Lord. A Negro Spiritual in headbecutucerti.ducbubbklisnintfanicharpassrencupicon.infoinfo: Allan Rohan. Crite.
  9. Feb 28,  · W hat are Negro Spirituals? They are generally songs which were created by African slaves. They were part of an oral tradition which imparted important values while also describing the hardships of slavery. Meeting in the woods out of the sight and hearing of slave owners and overseers, the slaves sang and expressed their true feelings, their issues and the fears they could never express .

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