Narrative Of The Life Of Frederick Douglass: Corruption Of Slavery

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In the 1830’s an American slave Frederick Douglass escaped from slavery. Douglass soon after embarked on a mission to end slavery. The best way to end slavery were to “shine a light” on slavery and to tell a story to people that did not know. Northerners who read “Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass” were either against slavery or supportive of slavery. Douglass argues that slavery corrupted slave owners, and slavery was terrible for slaves.

People who defend slavery believed slave owners were the nicest people in the world. Douglass argues that slavery corrupts slave owners. When Douglass arrived at the Alud’s plantation Mrs.Auld was the nicest woman to ever meet. “She had clothes for the naked, Bread for the hungry and comfort for

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