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An American Slave, Written by Himself
by Frederick Douglass
The story of Frederick Douglass's struggles as a slave, his desire to learn to read and write, his yearning to be a free man, and his escape to freedom is compactly but passionately related in this Narrative, first published in 1845. The book became one of the great autobiographical statements in the history of American reform.
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