"When I remembeer that all is cursed with the infernal spirit of slaveholding, robbery and wrong." (pg 369) Douglass's hardships lead to the hatred of American laws. "The entire absence of everything that looked like prejudice against me, on account of the color of my skin-contrasted so strongly with my long and bitter experience in the United States... Showed first 250 characters
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"The entire absence of everything that looked like prejudice against me, on account of the color of my skin-contrasted so strongly with my long and bitter experience in the United States." After his escape from slavery he lived in the north until he moved to Europe where he found the ways were different and everyone was treated equally... Showed next 250 characters
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American Lit, Per. 6
2 December 2006
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