Frederick Douglass Narrative Argument

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On the other hand, Douglass’ narrative could be out into many kinds of arguments. For one it could be put in an argument to make a decision. Douglass had made multiple examples of this by making the decision to live with someone else instead of leaving by himself when he was freed. Thinking about that, if I was in his shoes I would also would want to live with someone else only because I do not know how this new life would be as a freed slave. It did not make Douglass a weak person or dependent it was simply out of his comfort zone. Also, Douglass did talk about his life as a slave. Where he witnessed first hand of cruelty. Where he saw his aunt get whipped for crying, for being a women, and simply for being black. “He would whip her to make
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