Analysis Of Up From Slavery: An Autobiography Of Booker T. Washington

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Up From Slavery, Novel is An autobiography of Booker T Washington. He has expressed and showcased his struggles for the freedom of blacks in the society. The opening chapters deals primarily with Booker T. Washington's childhood and his atrocious days in slavery. He sets the tone for his memoir with vivid descriptions of the conditions of his domestic life, the conditions under which he lived from the time of his birth till the end of the civil war. The civil war was over and gave them happiness of being free. But the story not ends here but gives a stressful but complicated, full of difficult environment and full of struggle time for him.
His living with his family was not a easy thing to go. Unaware of father’s identity and even any name …show more content…

An autobiography of Booker T Washington. He has explained the depth of the theme. It was clearly observed that how much he struggled during his childhood times. The theme Education simply denotes the importance of it in society. He has also explained the main aim or goal of the story which is not exactly it. Education has given more priority in the arena because it carries more than anything but knowledge. Which no one can judge. Education is the required element which will provide skills and positive response unlike other fake and unnatural …show more content…

The key is always education as a means to lift up his people.
Up from Slavery is a novel which is all about the power of education. From an early age, Washington views school as a bliss, a way to desertion ignorance and to become appareled to help others. He sees industrial education as key, as it gives students the skills to make a living. For this reason he chooses to work in education rather than politics, believing he "would be helping in a more generous way by ancillary in the laying of the foundation of the race through a generous education of the hand, head, and heart.
The theme of ascent was a driving force behind his inclination as an educator. He regards it as a central reason for education and it is based in the practical wish to levitate former slaves from out of the destitution they were forced to accustom. As a departed slave, he is seen to have operated from a position of knowledge and pity.

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