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Frederick Douglass and his work “Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave” (Pages 1747-1798 in the textbook The American Tradition in Literature 12th Edition)

I. Introduction:

1. Background on who Fredrick Douglas was and what he stood for

2. Introduction to his work the Narrative of the Life of Fredrick Douglas as well as some of his other well-known writings

3. Thesis Sentence: Fredrick Douglas will be remembered as one of the greatest scholars of his time for his role in helping legitimize the notion that all men are created equally by proving that any person, no matter what their background is, has the innate ability to flourish in life as long as they are granted equal opportunity and resources.

II. Body:

Topic One: His Opinions on The Evils of Slavery

1. Summarize and explain his viewpoints

2. Use examples/quotes from the text

Topic Two: The Downsides of Ignorance and a Lack of Proper Education

1. Summarize and explain his viewpoints

2. Use examples/quotes from the text

Topic Three: The Hypocrisy of Slave Owners in a Christian Centric Society

1. Summarize and explain his viewpoints

2. Use examples/quotes from the text

Topic Four: The Deplorable Lack of Compassion and Empathy for Ones Fellow Man in This Time Period

1. Summarize and explain viewpoints

2. Use examples/quotes from the text

III. Conclusion:

1. The impact his writings had on society then and now

2. Closing thoughts/personal opinions