Essay heading: Fredrick Douglass

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April 15, 2000

 

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He stays away from expressing personal emotion because someone who is filled with emotion is not rational. If he was too engaged in his emotions he would not be taken seriously, you had to be rational in order to convince the northern abolitionists. Also staying away from the horrific details of the time help him grasp the attention of the women who in turn would convince their husbands to help by donating money and eventually ending slavery...
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He used his words effectively in convincing the readers that the slave owners were inhuman and showed how they had no feelings for other human beings. He also attempts to portray them as corrupt Christians. The churches at the time were losing their parishioners and their congregations. If Douglass successfully proved them as corrupt Christians the ministers would also jump on board for the movement, and their support was a necessity...
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