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Book Narrative of The Life of Frederick Douglass Author Frederick Douglass The essay is about the how significant both physical and mental abuse was important for the slave owners described in the Narrative Of The Life Of Frederick Douglass Frederick Douglass who was born in 1895 might have been the most influential African-American of his time or possibly ever He rose up from the hardships he had from his birth to become a internationally known writer and orator Douglass was born in Tuckahoe Maryland and was thought to be fathered by one of his masters In Maryland he had a rather easy life for a slave he was an inside slave who cleaned and helped watched one of the masters children This benefited him greatly both then and in the future because Thomas the boy he attended too helped Frederick read and write From Tuckahoe Frederick was moved to Baltimore then to Colonel Lloyds Plantation Then from there he moved to St Michael Then to Mr Covey a slave breaker This was a major turning point in Frederick Douglasses life because for the first time in his life he stood up to a white master in control of him and won the situation This greatly increased Fredericks confidence in himself and he want and desire to runaway and become a freed slave As I read in the story he acomplished this task and he makes a life for himself that every other slave could only dream of Frederick Douglass was a rare case of slave in the way that he was not poisoned by the ways masters had control of slaves In this way there is two types of ways masters dominated slaves Physically and Mentally both maybe equally as powerful and influential on the idea of dominance a master used over a slave So in this essay I will discuss both the idea of Mental and Physical dominance over a slave examples
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