Analysis Of Frederick Douglass The Heroic Slave

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Frederick Douglass' The Heroic Slave can be described as the excellent work that committees to show audiences the unfair and unjust treatment that slaves received at that time. As the protagonist of the story, Madison Washington is the short image of these slave people. On the surface, by revealing Madison’s terrible experience as slave, Douglass points out that real darkness behind the slavery --- the malformed value concept: slaver owners see slaves as their property and recklessly enslave them rather than rather mercifully consider them as living people. Therefore, it is not doubt that this kind of value notion is absurd, hypocritical, and not desirable.
At the same time, it is different from other slave narrative ends with slaves escape