Compare And Contrast Frederick Douglass An American Slave And Superman

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The stories "Superman and Me" and "The Narrator Life of Frederick Douglass An American Slave" are alike and different in many ways. There are many alike things about both of the stories. There are many different things about the stories and the characters. Frederick Douglass and the Indian boy can be compared and contrasted. They both went through very hard times out of life. In the story "Superman and Me" all children and adults learn how to read and write. The three year old Indian boy lived on the reservation in eastern Washington State. The little boy learned how to read off of an Superman comic book. He taught himself how to read at an early age and advanced early. An smart Indian is a dangerous person and Indians and non-Indian …show more content…

He was a slave that learned to read and write. When Frederick Douglass was an American Slave he had a mistress who was Master Hugh's wife. His mistress was kind and tender-hearted and never went against slavery. Frederick Douglass was compelled to resort to various stratagems. He had no teacher but his mistress kindly commenced to instruct him. In the story "Superman and Me" the little boys dad would have books everywhere in the house. He decided to love books as well as his dad did. In the story "The Narrative Life of Frederick Douglass" he learned how to read and write by stealing the master books. He would sneak any book that he could get and learn to read and write. His mistress would help him time to time when she's available. Both of the stories "Superman and Me" and " The Narrative Life of Frederick Douglass" are alike in many ways. They both talk about them learning how to read and write. Both of the narrators in the stories are going through hard times. In second story paragraph 1 it says "My mistress, who had kindly commenced to instruct me..." and in "Superman and Me" paragraph 1 it says "I learned to read with a Superman comic book". These quotes meant that the little boy and Frederick Douglass both learned to read and write by

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