Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass

whats an major symbol in the book and how can it be interpeted

narrative life of Fredrick douglass

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I think the white-sailed ships are an important symbol. Frederick looks out onto the Chesapeake Bay and dazzled by a vision of white sailing ships. THere are different interpretations as to what they represent but I think they have an overall sense of freedom from bondage and slavery.