In My Bondage and My Freedom, Frederick Douglass expresses his gratitude to those who help him learn to read, but does not identify them because they might get into trouble. Why does he include this information?
to show that Douglass puts the needs of others above his own
to show that the Aulds are unique in their opposition to reading
to show that Douglass is afraid of white people
to show that keeping slaves from reading is a cultural norm
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i would say that its A @paki history is ours
can u explain please...?
Because he dosent name them so i could also see that he is afraid of whtie ppl but he didnt name them cause they helped him and he didnt want them to get into troble
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Alright makes works thanks for the help.
what do you think @paki
Glad i could help
but i would say option D.... @shamallamadingdong @dvaebigmoney
Frederick Douglass escaped from slavery in 1838 and became a leading abolitionist, as well as an orator, writer, editor, and public servant. The Frederick Douglass Papers at the Library of Congress includes many of Douglass’ speeches and letters, along with articles from two abolitionist papers that he edited and published—The North Star and Frederick Douglass’ Paper. In addition, the collection contains books presented to Douglass on various issues relating to African Americans in the post-Civil War era and congressional reports on civil rights.
i hate how right u r
just read my explanation... @shamallamadingdong
and it is true most slave owners though that black people wernt smart enough to learn and there didnt want to teach them IDK ANYMORE
yeah you are correct.... so then it's D then... not A....