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What can we learn about slavery from the writing of Frederick Douglass? In what ways does his use of language paint a realistic portrait of slavery?

By Frederick Douglass, Peter J. Gomes (Introduction), Gregory Stephens (Afterword)

Directions: Answer the following questions in essay form. Look towards the rubric for guidance.

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What can we learn about slavery from the writing of Frederick Douglass? In what ways does his use of language paint a realistic portrait of slavery?
According to Douglass, what were some common misconceptions about slaves and their situation?
According to Douglass, what were some of the effects of slavery upon the enslaved? Upon the slaveholder?
What behaviors and actions did slaveholders use Christianity to justify and how does Douglass effectively point out their hypocrisy?

 

 

 

 

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