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Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass

Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass

by Frederick Douglass

Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass: He Was a Slave 4 U Quiz

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Q. What does Frederick decide is the reason slavery exists?


The white masters are intrinsically superior to their slaves
The white masters don’t allow their slaves to become educated
Blacks are inherently better workers than whites
The cotton isn’t going to pick itself
Q. What does Covey try to do?


Give Frederick access to a higher education
Kill Frederick
Get Frederick to help him act out a scene from Gone With the Wind
Turn Frederick into a brilliant public speaker
Break Frederick’s spirit
Q. What does Frederick do after realizing he would rather die than be treated like a slave?


He stands up to Covey
He escapes
He writes and delivers a speech to the other slaves
He tells his boss he can go to Starbucks and get his own darn latte
Q. When does Frederick escape?


On his first attempt
On his second attempt
On his sixth attempt
On his fourteenth attempt
On his three hundred and eighty-ninth attempt, when he and his walker are at last able to pass by the master undetected
Q. What is Frederick’s ultimate goal?


To never be captured and forced into slavery again
To make slaves see their potential
To abolish all slavery
To win the Tour de France without the use of performance enhancing drugs
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