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This writing assignment will give you a glimpse into the nature of American slav


This writing assignment will give you a glimpse into the nature of American slavery. Please provide well-developed and insightful answers to the following questions based on Frederick Douglass’ autobiography, Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave (1845). His wrenching autobiography serves as an invaluable primary account detailing the aspects, mechanisms, and evils of American slavery seen through the eyes of a man who lived and escaped from it. When answering these questions, don’t simply rephrase or regurgitate Douglass’s words, but utilize and express your own. For some background on Douglass’ life, read about abolitionism on pages 332-335 of your textbook. Three (3) point questions may be answered in one-two paragraphs and the ten (10) point question in three-four paragraphs. To submit the assignment, send via Canvas to the Assignments Module (preferred) for Writing Assignment #5 and or send via a Word or PDF file.1. Explain why Douglass knows nothing of his accurate age. In describing the ways slaves understood or “related” to their biological parents, what does Douglass know about his father and describe the kind of relationship Douglass had with his mother Harriet? (3 points)2. Douglass sees the first of many slave evils during the whipping of his Aunt Hester. According to Douglass, describe what kind of offenses or perceived offenses that a slave can commit to warrant brutal punishment or whippings? (3 points)3. Provide a general overview of the kind of clothing, food, and living quarters that are typically afforded to slaves. (3 points)4. Douglass provides stark information about the torturous and controlling nature of slavery. In other words, Douglass clearly shows the complete and absolute power the master has over his slave. What various episodes from his narrative does Douglass provide to reflect this power relationship? [Note: the master is not the same as the overseer, but you are permitted to describe the actions of the overseer in this answer] (10 points)NOITE: READ THE CHAPTER1 IN ATTACHED DOCUMENT .doc file