Compare And Contrast Mark Twain And Frederick Douglass

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Mark Twain and Frederick Douglass both have interesting ways of writing. There are similarities and differences in their writing. They each have their own personal preference toward their style, tone, and perspective. Each story was a remembrance of boyhood written in first person. As evident, Twain’s story takes place as a boy in a town on the Mississippi River. He didn’t have much to do work related, as did Douglass. Yet Frederick Douglass’s story took place on a southern plantation. Mark Twain and Frederick Douglass both lived around the same time period. Frederick Douglass was a black slave and had to write more formally so his writing would be believable. Mark Twain wrote more casual language. Douglass was formal and used understatements
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