Frederick Douglass and patriarchal depictions

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American History

 

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Sophia H

 

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April 9, 2014

 

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Moreover, whatever he/she writes, whether the accounts are true or not, his/her words are words of encouragement. Douglass’ narrative was written in an effort to abolish slavery through the intention of political and social change. More importantly, his narrative included female oppression through physical, and emotional, turmoil...
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More importantly, his narrative included female oppression through physical, and emotional, turmoil. His depictions of subservient femaleness is a complete reinforcement of historical, centuries long European male supremacist influence. What a contradiction to Douglass’ lifelong strive towards women’s suffrage! One would think that Douglass’ narrative was extremely sexist in nature, with (list several examples of female submission)...
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