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Morales 1 of 2 Alejandro Morales Mr. J. Ramos English III Ap 9 December 2015 Frederick Douglass Character Analization In the autobiography of Frederick Douglass he takes us into a journey of everything he had to experience. There were a lot of people who were of a high influence in his life. There were two types of people. There were the abolitionists against slavery who were the good, there were also the ones who were pro slavery who were the bad. The abolitionist are Frederick Douglass, Betsy Bailey, Aunt Hester, Harriet Bailey, Sandy Jenkins, William Freeland, Anna Murray, Nathan Johnson, William Lloyd Garrison, Wendell Phillips. The ones pro slavery are Captain Anthony, Colonel Edward lloyd, Lucretia Auld, Captain Thomas Auld, Sophia Auld, Edward Covey, William Hamilton, and William Gardner. Frederick Douglass is the author and narrator of the Narrative.Douglass, a rhetorically skilled and spirited man, is a powerful orator for the abolitionist movement. One of his reasons
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