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The Narrative of Frederick Douglas

Essay #1. The first essay project requires you to read The Narrative of Frederick Douglass. Born in 1818 in Maryland, Douglass escaped slavery in 1838. He and his wife settled in New Bedford, Massachusetts. Douglass became part of the growing abolitionist movement, a reform effort to destroy slavery and create a biracial society of equals. When you read the narrative, take special note of what Douglass says about the poisonous consequences of slavery, especially how slavery destroys families, corrupts the moral fiber of white women, and perverts Christianity. Which of these themes do you find to be most evident in Douglass’s narrative? You answer will be your thesis.
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