Amos Fortune: Free Man Themes

Elizabeth Yates
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Freedom

The most important thing to Amos in his lifetime was freedom. Not only did he desire his own freedom, Amos desired freedom for all the people around him, especially those he loved. Knowing this, it is hard to say why Amos rejected his freedom when it was first offered to him. The author suggests except to say that he knew he would need a trade in order to care for himself, and he did not yet feel he had reached that point in his life, and because. Plus, Amos needed to save up money in order to free his sister should he ever find her. It was not until Amos realized that he, and also his sister, had grown had grown old, and so must have his sister, that he began to ask for his own freedom.

Amos also insisted on buying the freedom of the women he...

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