Frederick Douglass Essay | Frederick Douglass: A Literary Vigilante

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Frederick Douglass: A Literary Vigilante

Summary: A detailed essay analyzing the life of Frederick Douglass and its relationship to his writings.
"A single word from the white men was enough-against all our wishes, prayers, and entreaties-to sunder forever the dearest friends, dearest kindred, and strongest ties known to human beings" (Douglass Narrative of The Life of Frederick Douglass 90). These words came out of Frederick Douglass after what he had experienced and taken a part of in his life as a slave. However, instead of conforming to the society and let the facts crush him, he used the reality as a motivation and dedicated his life into achieving equality and freedom for African Americans. Douglass wrote not only to persuade skeptics of his authenticity, but also to act as a medium by which the under represented could speak out. He showed the inequalities and injustices in American society, and tried to change it with the pen instead of the sword. His writings' influences obviously include inequalities in...

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