The Narrative Of The Life Of Frederick Douglass - An American Slaveby Frederick Douglass
Douglass begins by saying that he does not know his birthday and this bothers him. What a simple statement yet is conveys so much of the laments of an ex slave and the cruelty of the slave system. Douglass was a famous orator who wrote his memoirs as a means of discussing abolition. The writings of Frederick Douglass are seen as being the most influential in the 19th century and helped strengthen the abolitionist movement.
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Unbelievably descriptive especially for a slave who educated himself.