Throughout The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, Douglass makes several important points over and over. For example, he believes that no one can be enslaved if he or she has the ability to read, write, and think. Reflecting on what you have learned, what was life like for a slave? What lessons about life did Douglass learn as a slave, and what did he hope for others to learn from his story?
Need 3 complete paragraphs answering each of the three questions
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