Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass

what assumptions does the author bring to the text?

before the book

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He brings the assumptions that the reader does know a little bit about the context of African American slavery and how wrong it was.

He also assumes that most readers are not familiar with the real life details about the terror, brutality, emotions and fear that was part of the history.