Douglass’s autobiographical account of the process through which a “slave was made a man” has often been compared to Benjamin Franklin’s narrative of his own self-making. What do these autobiographies have in common? How do these two writers’ approach to literacy and writing compare? How does Douglass recast Franklin’s ideals to fit the condition of an escaped slave?
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