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Upon finishing my copy of the Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass I have come to realize many new ideas and topics I have discovered details about the evils of slavery that I never knew existed There are things that I should have realized many years ago but never did due to ignorance Now I understand and feel consumed by the undying question of whether or not if it is moral to own a human being My opinion after reading this is it is absolutely wrong to own a man and take his freedomI have discovered many things from this narrative I now know what it is like to be in the shoes of a slave To hear of the horrible ties that comes with slavery The most important issue I feel is not knowing details about ones own life Douglass explained in his narrative that he was withheld many details of his life Throughout his entire write up he could never tell exactly how old he was due to the fact of never knowing the date of his birthday He also barely knew his own family He had only seen his mother maybe four or five times in his life and every time that he had was only for a short period of time He didnt even know who his father was The most he ever knew about his dad was that he was a white man Who was this man He had no idea though he heard many rumors that it was his mothers master He had other family who he hardly ever got to see His knowledge was always trying to be limited whether it was about family or about grammar Because he was a slave he was never allowed to read This was because owners feared that if slaves learned to read and write they would develop a unique sense of self and start to revolt Slave holders felt that
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