write a brief essay about what you’re read in The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass. 2-3 pages
answer two of the questions below with at least one substantial
paragraph each, specifically detailing the text and pointing to
particular page numbers. Make sure your grammar and mechanics are
professional and college-level.
1) Who was Sandy and what do we
know about him? What do you suspect and why? Can you prove, with
evidence from the text, what you suspect? Why or why not?
2) How did both slaveowners or masters and slaves themselves use Christianity toward their own ends? How is this paradoxical?
3) What surprises Douglass about the North, and why?
4) Why is the Appendix included at the end of the book? What might be its rhetorical necessity?