Frederick Douglass 'Learning To Read And Write'

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In Fredricks Douglas passage "Learning to read and write" the sensory detail that was most reiterated was the sense of sight. From describing his interactions with his master's wife and mistress to the detailed descriptions of the encounters he had with multiple people in his surroundings that aided in his ability to learn to read and write. Douglas says in the passage that the more he read, the more he was led to abhor and detest his enslavers. Every opportunity Douglas had to set his sights on material where he could read books, write letters, and mimic signatures and various writings he took advantage of. In the passage he describes many scenes that were placed in front of him such as his masters Copy-book in which he copied everything he
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