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Throughout the reading of Slave Ship by Charles Ball, many images came to mind. Ball seemed as if he wanted the reader to understand that slaves suffered terribly even before they were sold off to be even more persecuted by their owners. Even though he told his story as if it was too painful to express himself personally, Ball used very strong words that would let the reader's imagination get his main points across. In this passage ball also uses voice and tone. The passiveness shows how he wanted to make the whole togetherness of his people aware to his readers. He didn't single his own pains ans suffering out. I sensed that the author was trying to generate a feeling throughout his story that would make the reader feel the amount of pain that everyone of the slaves on the ship went through.
Charles Ball was a black man who lived in Africa in the mid 1500’s. Ball like many other African American in this time period were captured in Africa and forced on slave ships to be sold. It was torture being on that slave ship for ball and the others for one reason the living conditions were very bad. As ball said;she was full of black people, who were all confined in dark and low place, in irons;(Ball 79). Everyone on the boat was treated like animals in an inhumane way. The crew care nothing about there needs or well being.
Being captured in Africa and being placed on the slave ship was a tramatizing , life changing, and horrific journey for Ball and the other thousands of African Americans. Everyone on the ship had to be chained up. This made it official that their freedom has now been taking away from them within hours. They now became prisoners.The lifestyle that they were used to live was now over. When the woman wherefirst chainedfirst chained by the crew. The crew members took their babies and threw them off the side of the boat and into the ocean. Some mothers jumped into the ocean to resc