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Frederick Douglass Frederick Douglass has been told his whole life who he was what he was and where he belonged He was separated from his mother at a very young age The family that he knew where his fellow slaves and most of them were not his real family He was led to believe that his father was his master the man who would whip him and treat him as property and not as a son Now a freeman he must become his own person Frederick Douglass does not know if he likes chicken or beef in a sense His whole life he was never been given the choice of anything He was told that he would eat chicken and he probably never tasted beef Now it was time for him to become a freeman not only in the sense of the words but in his heart and soul When he tried to escape the first time and then was found out he feared being left in the prison forever by himself He feared being killed for trying to obtain his freedom Frederick writes Immediately after the holidays were over contrary to all our expectations Mr Hamilton and Mr Freeland came up to Easton and took Charles the two Henrys and John out of jail and carried them home leaving me alone I regarded this separation as a final one It caused me more pain than any thing else in the whole transaction I was ready for anything rather than separation 304 There we see that he feared being alone Which tells us something about his character He was ready for anything except being left in jail and separated from his surrogate family That is what these men were to him They lived together as a family and living with another person or four other people you became aquatinted on a personal basis They ate slept and breathed each other for a portion
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