Frederick Douglass and Olaudah Equiano
Mahatma Gandhi once said, "The moment the slave resolves that he will no longer be a slave, his fetters fall...freedom and slavery are mental states." This simple quote symbolizes the lives of Frederick Douglass and Olaudah Equiano. Both of which were slaves who tried to free themselves. Both Douglass and Equiano have wrote a narrative about their lives, however, each one is different in its own unique way.
From the bonds of slavery on a plantation to the call of freedom from the north, his life was filled with hopes of improvement for both himself as well as his fellow slaves.
- Frederick Banting
- Frederick Douglass and Olaudah Equiano
- This paper is about the different point of views on slavery Frederick Douglass gives in his autobiography, because he experienced slavery first hand.
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