Publisher Description

In this powerful memoir, former slave Frederick Douglass describes his brutal upbringing and eventual escape from slavery. Douglass combines his own experience with his advanced oratory skills to argue for the abolition of slavery.

GENRE
Biographies & Memoirs
RELEASED
1895
February 20
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
141
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SELLER
Public Domain
SIZE
101.5
KB

Customer Reviews

rjkarcha ,

Narrative Life

A gripping story that was hard to put down! An absolutely must read!

Maltafaz ,

Eloquence in describing a dark time in History

This is a moving story so well told that one feels they are present during the ravages and cruelty of slavery, that was allowed and promoted by the Christian people of both the North and South. Difficult to read in that it is a moving story of the evils that were allowed to exist in our country. Definitely worth a read.

salamandr101 ,

One of the best perspectives of the world

I love how Frederick Douglass appreciates the ability to read. Often times I feel that I take that gift for granted. Instead of reading inspiring and truthful words, sometimes I find myself reading falsehoods and intellectually intrusive ideas, and it is in those moments that I remind myself that the ability to read is one of the most powerful attributes one can attain. Let us not waste such a tremendous gift.

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