Twelve Years a Slave

Was solomon's manner and level of education ordinary for black people of the times?

Why or why not?

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No, it was not. Solomon and his brother were released upon the death of his father's master. Solomon and his older brother Joseph grew up knowing freedom. Unlike most blacks at the time, he was afforded the freedom to learn to read and write. He also played the violin.