Unformatted text preview: negative influences. Lupe relates to Douglass in the way he wants his audience to receive his message. Douglass wanted white people to see the brutality that happened during slavery and so he wrote his own accounts of slavery in his narrative. Even though he risked being captured and sold back into slavery he realized that slavery needed to be addressed immediately. The narrative had a great effect, in the beginning of his narrative, a white abolitionist comments on the narrative and explains the wrongdoings of what the south has been doing. Lupe and Douglass give an insight into the negative aspects of their societies and the issues that need to be addressed....
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2010 for the course WR 64 taught by Professor Walters during the Spring '10 term at Moravian.
- Spring '10