Fredrick Douglass is a slave. He has been living on colonel Llyod's plantation for his whole life as a slave. Now he is moving to a new plantation owned by a man named Hugh.
Hey! Douglass! Pack up yer stuff yer movin to a new plantation!
*Sigh* Just a normal day like any other day as a slave. Huh! Uh, Uh Y-Yes sir!
Douglass gets transported to his new plantation and is very nervous and scared, as he is leaving the only home that he has ever known. The ride was as bumpy and wild as a walnut in a blender.
I wonder what life will be like on this new plantation.
When Douglass arrives at his new plantation that has a man on it named Covey that I've heard horribly things about. Later he meets the mistress of the plantation, Mrs. Auld, who is so kind to him. He starts to believe that living on this plantation might not be that bad after all.
N-Nice to meet you too.
Its lovely to meet you!
This 1st letter is A. the 2nd letter is I, but we'll get to that one next.
The mistress on this plantation is very kind to Douglass and even starts teaching him the alphabet, and Douglass was as happy as a 3 year old having some candy.
A little while later, the mistresses husband, Mr. Auld, fouls out that she was teaching Douglass the alphabet. That night they argued about why she can and can't teach Douglass the alphabet. Douglass was as sad as a 3 year old in trouble.
After the night Mr. Auld found out that Mrs. Auld was teaching Douglass the alphabet, he either stayed with her or kept and eye on her at all times to keep her away from Douglass. THE END