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The Historian's Narrative of Frederick Douglass

Reading Douglass's Autobiography As Social and Cultural History

The Historian's Narrative of Frederick Douglass( )
Author: Felgar, Robert
Editor: Felgar, Robert
ISBN:978-1-4408-4309-9
Publication Date:Aug 2017
Publisher:ABC-CLIO, LLC
Imprint:Praeger
Book Format:Paperback
List Price:AUD $38.95
Book Description:

To celebrate the bicentenary of Frederick Douglass's birth in 2018, this new annotated edition of his classic autobiography shows how his insights on slavery, racism, and the pursuit of self-reliance are still highly relevant today in 21st-century America.

Frederick Douglas was a slave, then a free man. He was an abolitionist, a writer, and an orator who became a great social reformer and statesman. Perhaps even more important, he served as a powerful counter-example to white...
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