<ol><li>What words did Douglass use to describe his life as a slave, and why do you think he chose
those words? Why do you think he wrote his autobiography?</li><li>What impact did witnessing violence have upon Douglass? What experiences shaped him most profoundly? </li><li>What effect did urban life and society have upon the treatment of slaves by the white population in Baltimore? What exceptions to this treatment did Douglass describe? How did the quality of life for urban slaves differ from that of rural slaves?</li><li>In what way did Sophia Auld differ from other white women whom Douglass knew in Maryland? To what did he attribute the differences? </li><li>According to Douglass, how did society and the quality of life for all people in Massachusetts different from what he had observed in Maryland? Why did he find this shocking?</li><li>If you could ask Douglass one question, what would it be and why?</li></ol>
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