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By Anne E. Schraff

Regardless of being a slave, Douglass discovered to learn and write. At age 21, he escaped from slavery and cast a brand new existence for himself as a unfastened guy. clever and charismatic, Douglass grew to become the major voice opposed to slavery within the 1800s. "There is not any method a kingdom can name itself unfastened and settle for slavery," acknowledged Frederick Douglass. Middle-grade readers and up will reply to Anne Schraff's clean, full of life retelling of Douglass's tale.

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