Frederick Douglass' Education
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The paper relates that in "Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass," Douglass presents his learning to read and write as the course that took him to a sense of freedom and liberty and that lead him to his final act of rebellion. The paper explores why education plays such an important role in Frederick Douglass' life and why it is his key to freedom. The paper examines why ignorance is a tool of slavery and how knowledge enlightens slaves and ultimately resulted in Douglass' courage to attain freedom.
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