Frederick's Life As A Slave

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Throughout the quote, it is clearly taken notice to that he has no positive outlooks on where he lived at. From the first line “I was seldom whipped by my old master, and suffered little from anything else than hunger and cold”, it can be noticed that Frederick wasn’t given much to live as a slave by his master from earlier years. The reader can infer from this quote that he was not treated all that well as a slave. Frederick clearly makes it noticed how harshly he was treated on the old plantation. Not only that, but the very last line he also brings up the physical abuse he has taken from the weather but stating “My feet had been so cracked with the frost that the pen with which I am writing might be laid in the gashes”. He makes it clear
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