The Narrative Life of Frederick Douglass (Austin, Matthew, and Tristan)

The Narrative Life of Frederick Douglass (Austin, Matthew, and Tristan)

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  • Simplified Retelling for Children
  • The Narrative Life of Frederick Douglass
  • Frederick Douglass was a slave, his slave master being Master Thomas, before he gets sent to Mr. Covey.
  • Mr. Covey seemed to love to whip his slaves, and catch them not doing their work so he could whip them.
  • Douglass wins the fight, and Mr. Covey treats him better. He eventually becomes a free man.
  • One day, Douglass runs off to his old master's house to ask for help.
  • He tells his master, but his master simply can't take him back right now.
  • Please take me back, he's killing me!
  • No, he's a very nice man. You can stay tonight, but in the morning you're going back.
  • After a short while, Douglass and Covey get into a fight, because Douglass didn't want to be whipped.
  • Of course you don't........
  • I---- I don't want to whip you again.
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