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Joyce1 Alexis Joyce Mrs. Northrop English 101 18 February 2008 Frederick Douglas Frederick Douglas’ work is more significant than a story of a black slave during the mid eighteen hundreds, it is about how he gained his power through education that the white people did not want him to have. Instead of leaving the white people behind in their own bondage and ignorance, he attempted to educate them on how they are slaves to
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Unformatted text preview: their own society, since they let it control their morals and sense of judgment. Knowing that the slaves were seeking change since they were held in captivity by their owners, Douglas was able to illustrate how even the people in power were held in bondage as well, in hopes of them seeking a change as well....
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