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Frederick Douglass

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Frederick Douglass. Autobiographies
Autobiographies book jacket Edited by: Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
Library of America
ISBN: 0-940450-79-8
Series Number: 68
Product Code: 200685
Price: $35.00
Henry Louis Gates, Jr., editor. Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave; My Bondage and My Freedom; Life and Times. For the first time in a single authoritative volume, the eloquent and revolutionary memoirs of the rebellious slave who galvanized the nation. Douglass's narratives, classics of American writing, stunned the world and have shocked and moved readers ever since. Fascinating firsthand accounts of slavery and abolitionism, John Brown and Abraham Lincoln, Civil War, Reconstruction, and the emerging struggle for civil rights, they are above all the inspiring story of a self-made American: a slave who became an adviser to presidents, minister to Haiti, and one of the most powerful African-American voices in history.


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