Frederick Douglass Ignorance

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The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass contained major themes which formed the story of a former slave describing his life from being a slave to an intellectual person. The text tackled an important issue which was the ignorance where it was used as a mean to eternize slavery. Ignorance was a way to keep the slaves under the domination of the masters together with the physical cruelty. Slaves were not permitted to read and write. As a result they were isolated from the world because they were not aware about what happened outside the farms. Moreover, there were no communication between them and this was doing in purpose to prevent any attempt of rebellion from the slaves. Literacy opened up the world for slaves allowing
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