Consider Carolyn Heilbrun’s discussion of anger, power, and control and the traditional lack of these elements in women’s autobiographical writings. How is this discussion applicable to a text like that of Sojourner Truth? Does she use anger or other strong emotions as driving forces in her life and her tale of her life? Do you think that her slave narrative and autobiography conforms to or contradicts Heilbrun’s concerns over agency and power in women’s autobiographical writings? Do you think that race is a factor in these issues of anger, power, agency, and control in women’s life writings? How so?