Frederick Douglass Essay | Fredrick Douglass

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Fredrick Douglass

Summary: Essay examines the novel "Narrative of the Life of Fredrick Douglass," which is an autobiography.
Fredrick Douglass encounters a change in mindset upon receiving freedom in distant New York. Douglass narrates his feelings on escaping slavery and arriving to freedom as to create support towards abolitionist work. In the excerpt taken from his autobiography, Narrative of the Life of Fredrick Douglass, Douglass expresses states of excitement, fear and of need by using various figures of speech and as well as syntax.

Upon reaching freedom and the opportunity to begin a new life free from bondage, Douglass arrives in a state jubilation and of "highest excitement." As soon as Douglass enters a free state his state of mind transforms into one of jubilation. As he reaches free land, Douglass conveys his personal state of mind by using vivid imagery and useful syntax. Douglass compares the joy of freedom to the joy of "escaped a den of hungry lions" and conveys the state of great...

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