Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass (Oxford World’s Classics)

Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass (Oxford World’s Classics)

Frederick Douglass / Dec 16, 2019

Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass Oxford World s Classics I was born in Tuckahoe I have no accurate knowledge of my age never having seen any authentic record containing it By far the larger part of the slaves know as little of their ages as horses know of

  • Title: Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass (Oxford World’s Classics)
  • Author: Frederick Douglass
  • ISBN: 0199539073
  • Page: 145
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  • I was born in Tuckahoe I have no accurate knowledge of my age, never having seen any authentic record containing it By far the larger part of the slaves know as little of their ages as horses know of theirs, and it is the wish of most masters within my knowledge to keep their slaves thus ignorant Thus begins the autobiography of Frederick Douglass 1818 1895 who was born into slavery in Maryland and after his escape to Massachusetts in 1838 became an ardent abolitionist and campaigner for women s rights His Narrative, which became an instant bestseller on publication in 1845, describes his life as a slave, the cruelty he suffered at the hands of his masters, his struggle to educate himself and his fight for freedom Passionately written, often using striking biblical imagery, the Narrative came to assume epic proportions as a founding anti slavery text in which Douglass carefully crafted both his life story and his persona This new edition examines Douglass, the man and the myth, his complex relationship with women and the enduring power of his book It includes extracts from Douglass s primary sources and examples of his writing on women s rights ABOUT THE SERIES For over 100 years Oxford World s Classics has made available the widest range of literature from around the globe Each affordable volume reflects Oxford s commitment to scholarship, providing the most accurate text plus a wealth of other valuable features, including expert introductions by leading authorities, helpful notes to clarify the text, up to date bibliographies for further study, and much .

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    1. Es uno de esos libros cuando cada palabra parece tener energía y vida. Es difícil creer que todo esto pasó pero pasó y el tema de la esclavitud es muy actual también así que es un libro muy relevante a lo que nos está pasando hoy en día y lo que volverá a pasar en el futuro si no aprendemos lecciones del pasado.


    2. When I go to the link and download the file the size it was 0 bites.An error in the file uploaded or similiar I think


    3. Totally a must read, the real story of a woman in slavery, in her own voice. Reality surpasses fiction. Makes us think about the history we were thought and the contradictory values of our "democracies" when they were born


    4. Libro recomendado a todos los apasionados de la literatura y la historia de los Estados Unidos. Buena edición, práctica y económica.


    5. This autobiography was assigned to me when I was a junior in high school. Three years later, as a sophomore in college, I was asked to read the book again for my class on Black Thought and Literature. I wish that I had taken the time to slow down and analyze Frederick Douglass' narrative from a literal, analytical, and figurative perspective. Had I done that the first time around—as opposed to treating the book as another required reading that I needed to speed-read through—I believe that my [...]


    6. This is the edition close to the original. Be careful as many other editions are out with additional opinions by modern "interpreters". This book, from the original author, needs no added opinions or editorials.


    7. The book shows very well the difficult circumstances that slaves in America had to live under. It also shows how humans can become so mean and tyrannical when given ultimate power over someone. This is also how dictators are born in our world. When someone is given power over another that person's pride can get out of control. They get away with one thing, then another, and another. Their friends are likewise minded and tell each other that they are great guys, it goes to their heads. The [...]


    8. I originally bought this book for one of my classes but once I got through the prefaces; then I couldn't put it down! I really enjoyed this book! I read almost the entire book in the first day I had it. If this is a book you must read for school, or if it is just something you are interested in, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this book! It really paints a picture of what it was like to live as a slave back then. I was genuinely impressed by the way this man spoke. He is more eloquent in his speaking then I [...]


    9. It was a very detailed story of what life in slavery was like. From dealing with lazy, entitled, white slave masters, to remaining hidden even in the north from such a dispicable family. It shines truth to the deluded mentality of southerners who believed it was acceptable to own and treat another human being like a piece of property. My favorite part was her explanation of freedom in the north. Even though a former slave could finally be free from being someone else's property, they were still [...]


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