Language arts

anyways, the question I need help with is,

Harriet Tubman risked her life to lead others to freedom. Do you think that the essay "Harriet Tubman" explains why Tubman took such risks? In an essay, discuss whether you understand her motives. If you do, explain what they were. If you do not understand them, tell what additional information you would need in order to understand them.

I don't need anybody to answer it for me (tho if you want to i' not stopping you) but if someone could help me get a start on it that would be amazing because I only have until the 6 to get it all done.

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  1. You can start your essay by answering this question: " Do you think that the essay 'Harriet Tubman' explains why Tubman took such risks?"

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