Former Slave Frederick Douglass Narrative Analysis

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A memorable work experience will also involve an individual who feels that they and their work matters. The idea of slavery is shun upon because the effort of the slaves was not properly recognized, nor were their effort of any matter to the white masters and slaveholders. Former slave Frederick Douglass’s narrative of his life as a slave under the supervision of slaveholder Mr. Covey focus not on his unpaid hard labor, but that he did not he mattered to. Douglass addressed that there could never be too much “rain, blow, hail, or snow” to work (Douglass 320). Forcing someone to work from day until dawn despite the condition of the weather is a message to them that they do not matter. When individual feels that they do not matter the meaning
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