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Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass: An American Slave, Written by Himself - Frederick Douglass
Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass: An American Slave, Written by Himself
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780674601017 (0674601017)
Publisher: Belknap Press
Pages no: 164
Edition language: English
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Lindsay's Book Log
Lindsay's Book Log rated it
5.0 Narrative of the Life of Fredrick Douglass, an American Slave
So apparently this is the week that in trying to finish my popsugar reading challenge for the year I'm reading books on race. This book is a really interesting insight into Fredrick Douglass' life. The appendix on this book and the discussion of Christianity as following Christ's teaching verses the...
TheBookofJules
TheBookofJules rated it
5.0 BOOK REVIEW | Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass by Frederick Douglass
Frederick Douglass was born into slavery. With a slave owning father - who was presumably his first master - and a slave mother, all Douglass ever knew was slavery. However, even though he was a slave, he knew he was being denied his basic human rights without anyone telling him: "The white children...
The Symmetrical Bookworm
The Symmetrical Bookworm rated it
0.0 Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass
So, in history right now I am learning about the pre-Civil War (the Era of Reform) and the Civil War. And Frederick Douglass was mentioned in my textbook. The chapter he was mentioned in is actually really interesting, so I might just check this out. If I can find time. We shall see....
Rather Be Reading
Rather Be Reading rated it
5.0
A straight-forward, honest account of the life of a slave. Mr Douglass's writing is at times blunt and brutal, at other times, lyrical and haunting. I'll be thinking about this for a while. I highly suggest everyone read this.
spoko
spoko rated it
I don't know that this book needs any praise from me to bolster its reputation or anything, but I'll just say that it's beautifully written and even more beautifully direct in its assessments and depictions of life under slavery—and of the hypocrisy which buttressed the institution. It should also g...
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