Frederick Douglass Narrative Essay

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Douglass, Frederick. Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass. Doubleday, 1973. Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglas is Frederick Douglass’ autobiography that demonstrates an insightful journey from slavery to freedom through his experiences. Douglass’ journey is not only a literal one, but a figurative battle accomplished by both mentally and physically freeing himself. In the beginning of the book, Frederick Douglass starts out by being trapped in slavery, in both body and mind. He is born as a slave in a Southern plantation, going through devastating experiences in life––he doesn’t even know his father and only sees his mother a few times before her funeral, one that he is not even allowed to go to. His life changes when Douglass is sent to …show more content…

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