Douglas And Jacobs Journey Through Slavery

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The two authors, harriet jacobs and frederick douglas, use thir autobiographical narratives to show their journeys through slavery. Their stories show how their self-transformation came to be and the struggles they both faced in slavery to reconstruct their identity. In escaping the circumstances of their birth, and early life, Douglass and Jacobs formed new identities free from the physical and psychological bonds of slavery. These newfound identities are focused ahead toward a life of freedom forged by the continual resistance. Douglass, Jacobs, and fuller are extraordinary people that represent different movements or values throughout our history, that it represents the American Identity.
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