Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass

why did douglass write an autobiography?

was it to raise money, to help farm workers, to warn the british, or to describe what life was life for slaves

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I think simply he wanted to set down a record of his life in slavery and finally to a free man. It is a historical record illustrating the evils of slavery as well as a biographical record of a man's personal journey to freedom and self-worth.