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Hok Lam Chong ESL 33B 10:30am – 1:30pm Qualities adopted by Douglas and James and how is today’s blacks’ life. Born in a slavery family, Douglas, one of the American heroes famous for his eloquence and determination in fighting oppression, was a slave with separate family. He didn’t know who his father was, and his mother worked as slave for a master owning a corn farm. James, the protagonist in “The Sky is Gray,” was a ignorant boy born in a poor and incomplete family with his father had gone at the time when James was still a young boy. Both of Douglas and James came from incomplete family and experience harsh living conditions, and these factors lead them to develop several qualities that successful men generally had and certain personal values. First, both of them possess high independence. Having been sent to his master at his early stage, Douglas had seen his mother for about four to five times before his mother’s death. Even though having saw his mother, Douglas solely had a short duration to meet his mother. Without anyone’s assistance since his early stage, Douglas had developed a great independence to resolve any conflicts himself in his life. Similarly, James, having had his mother alive but had his father gone at his early stage, could never do any “crybaby stuffs” his mother hated so much and needed to
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