Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave (Annotated) (Paperback)

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Annotations This book is unique because it contains a literary criticism that was made by Juan AcevedoThe name of Frederick Douglass is, surely, one of the most repeated proper names in the books about the History of the United States.Born in 1818 on a plantation in Talbot County, Maryland, as the son of an African-American slave and, supposedly, of an American - his master - of the white race, Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey has gone down in the history of the United States of America. America for his flight to New York disguised as a sailor and, above all, for being the author of an extraordinary autobiography in which he told and detailed his experience of twenty years as a slave. Although later also known as a writer, editor, and abolitionist activist, the fact is that Douglass's entire subsequent career, which came to hold positions in the American Administration and was consul of his country in Haiti, has its origin in the unprecedented success that once reached the text that now publishes Captain Swing Books in his collection "Polifonias," in translation by Carlos Garc.

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ISBN: 9781728654966
ISBN-10: 1728654963
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: October 10th, 2018
Pages: 62
Language: English