Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass

how does douglass sound when hes relateing the deails of plantation operations and overseers?

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Douglass seems pretty objective about day to day operations and the relative cruelty of different overseers. We also get a historical perspective as well. Douglass sounds very intelligent and articulate. He is able to detach himself, in his writing, from the details that must haunt him all the time.