Write an analysis of “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July” by Frederick Douglass’ “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July”-Choose three rhetorical strategies in Douglass’ speech – irony, emotional appeal, ethical appeal, logical appeal, tone, diction, parallel structure, juxtaposition, rhetorical questions, imagery, etc. – and discuss how the strategies contribute to his conveyance of the theme.-Whatever rhetorical strategies you choose as your focuses of discussion, you will need to tie them to the theme of the speech. -In other words, you need to analyze how the strategies contribute to the conveyance of the theme.-Your claim should be supported by evidence in the excerpts and your interpretation of the relevance and/or the effectiveness. -You should strengthen your argument by citing some literary critics’ views too – at least three citations from at least two different kinds of sources. (Don’t use information from Google or Wikipedia.) Include a Works Cited page.In order to fully appreciate the speech, it is a good idea to include relevant information of Douglass’ bio and the historical setting.