Objects & Places from Twelve Years a Slave

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This object led Solomon toward happiness and sadness, while still managing to keep his feet on the ground.


Raising the issues of human freedom and the end of suffering, this object inspired the slaves to survive by maintaining steadfast faith in God.


An inability to communicate prompted Northrup to hide this object from view.


Landing on the right hands, these objects paved the way toward freedom for Solomon.


By handling this object well, Solomon was able to raise himself from obscurity to notoriety throughout The Great Pine Woods.


Waking up with this object on him made Solomon realize that his life had changed for the worse.


Even though this object was always a hand-me-down, the slaves always placed it on top for special occasions.


Given to the slaves daily--and sometimes with worms in it, the slaves were allowed to take...

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