Frederick Douglass Learning To Read And Write Summary

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In his essay "Learning to Read and Write," Frederick Douglass points out how he learned to read and write on his own. Douglass's interest of reading started at a young age when he first read a newspaper. This made Douglass decide one day to come up with a plan on how he can improve his reading. One way Douglass did this was by asking other kids to teach him when they could. In addition, Douglass would always carry around a book to read when he had time on his hands. After reading for many years and gaining experience, Douglass now older decided that he would learn how to write too. To start off, Douglass After years of hard work, Fredrick Douglass accomplished how to read and write. The moral of the story was how young Fredrick
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