Fredrick Douglass

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American History

 

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Colleen H

 

Date added:

November 17, 2014

 

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University

 

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A

 

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In his writings he uses a wide-open state of mind to clearly get his thoughts across. Fredrick Douglass's point of view about slavery, or rather first person experience on slavery, is expressed throughout the country, as he would explain slavery as being both life and death. How someone can write with such strong emotion, is beyond me, but Douglass did more than that...
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How someone can write with such strong emotion, is beyond me, but Douglass did more than that. He captured and captivated the readers and listeners into thinking about and imagining his experiences. Through his years, his use of the language, Fredrick Douglass, related his followers to the life of a slave while at the same time explaining how one could never understand unless he experiences the hardships of slavery on his own...
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