"First, it is the duty of black men to judge the South discriminatingly" (3,22).
"Ever-recurring query of the ages, Is not life more than meat, and the body more than raiment" (6,11).
Alright, so W.E.B.DuBois makes almost no sense to me at all. I found these selections to be extremely hard to understand. So hard in fact, that I really just selected to lines that caught my eye. It was very difficult for me to put myself into the time these were written, making it extremely difficult for me to understand what was really being talked about. I can only hope that while reading others blogs, some light will be shed on what I could, or should, have gotten out of these.