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by Frederick Douglass

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Posted By ashley d #344715 at Nov 08, 2013 8:56 PM

What is an important message?

A. Slaveowners and slaves should be friends.
B. A kind owner cannot relieve the injustice of slavery.
C. Slaves have a generally good life in Baltimore.
D. The wish for freedom can be rooted out of one's soul.

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Posted By ashley d #344715 at Nov 08, 2013 8:53 PM

What is Douglass's final judgment of Mrs. Auld?

A. She should not have taught him to read.
B. She should have helped him escape.
C. She was not well-suited to slavery.
D. She could not run a household well.

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Posted By ashley d #344715 at Nov 08, 2013 8:49 PM

If your purpose for reading is to understand slavery's effect on people, what conclusion can you draw about Mrs. Auld's opposition to Douglass's learning to read?

A. Mrs. Auld should have fought to resist slavery.
B. Mrs. Auld did not possess a strong conscience.
C. Mrs. Auld's conscience was destroyed by slavery.
D. Mrs. Auld should have fed and clothed more slaves.

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