Brewton, Vince. "Bold Defiance Took Its Place" -- "Respect" And Self-Making In Narrative Of
The Life Of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave." Mississippi Quarterly 58.3/4
(2005): 703-717. Literary Reference Center. Web. 20 Mar. 2013. This article analyzes the concept of 'respect' as it displays itself in the work of literature and it's continued importance in black culture. The author describes how Douglass used the concept as a method of self-definition, necessary in a culture that would deny him the very concept of a 'self.'
Douglass, Frederick. “Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave.” The
Norton Anthology of World Literature. Gen. ed. Martin Puncher. 3rd ed. Vol.E. New
York: Norton, 2012.
Douglass’s narrative gives us details of his life, basically from beginning to end. The reader is able to see Douglas in his journey from being a slave to a freed man. Not only does Douglass try to be free physically but also mentally and spiritually. Despite the all the obstacles that Douglass had in his life, he is able to become a prominent man in society and is now a famous historical figure.
McDonald, Sheila J. "Narrative Of The Life Of Frederick Douglass." Masterplots II: African
American Literature, Revised Edition (2008): 1-3. Literary Reference Center. Web. 20
In this article, the author gives us a descriptive analysis of the piece of work. He goes and explains how important Douglass’s narrative is to history as it is to literature. He talks about the historical context of the book; this article justifies adding the work of literature to the course because of history alone.
Mcelwee , Sharon . "Literary analysis: The Narrative of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave." (2012): n.pag. Helium . Web. 20 Mar 2013.<http://www.helium.com/items/13 9243 2-the-narrative-of-the-life-of-frederick-douglass-an-american-slave>. This literary analysis breaks down the...
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