Essay heading: Fredrick Dougalas

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Though Mrs. Auld refused to teach him, Douglas was determined to learn and he did. Determination was the first step that led the boy in Douglas to becoming a man. Learning how to read illuminated Douglas' mind. It allowed him to see a light in a dark tunnel. It allowed him to find the key, to unlock his chains...
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This one great skill allowed him to see that slavery was wrong. He was no longer ignorant, nor could anyone keep him that way. Learning to Douglas was a "grand achievement" and he prized it highly. He realized that the only thing that kept him a slave was the neglect of enlightenment. It was his newly found intelligence that forced Douglas to act brave and resistant...
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