What Is Frederick Douglass's View Of Slavery

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Christianity was observed in the narrative of Fredrick Douglass. Christianity was used to emphasize the spiritual beliefs of slavery. Douglass expressed the physical pain, that was caused by the hands of his master. He reflects on a time when his master whipped a young woman, but once the master finished he justified his abuse with a passage from the bible. In the words of Douglass: “I have seen him tie up a young woman whip her and then quote this passage; He that knoweth his master will, doeth it not, shall be beaten with many stripes” (see item 7 on p. 970). Fredrick Douglass discussed his move from slavery to freedom. On September 1838 he escaped the chains and became a free man. According to Douglass he was escaping: “the wretchedness
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