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Book Review of "12 Years a Slave"

Summary: Review of the autobiography "12 Years as a Slave," written by Solomon Northup.
This book is an autobiography written by Solomon Northup during his time as a slave. Northup was born a free man, lived in New York with his family and did odd jobs. He was always looking for some kind of job in the winter since there was not any farming to be done and as a result, brought him into trouble. While traveling around Washington D.C. playing his violin to earn money, he was captured and sold into slavery. No one knew what happened to him or where he went. Nor could he tell anyone that he was a free man or he would be killed. After being captured, he was transported via boat to Louisiana. He was forced to be a slave for twelve years while he worked in the Bayou Boeuf. While a slave, Solomon did several tasks. Usually they were...

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