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" It did not entirely satisfy me to narrate wrongs ; I felt like denouncing them. I could not always curb my moral indignation for the perpetrators of slaveholding villainy, long enough for a circumstantial statement of the facts which I felt almost everybody... "
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de David Bade - 2014 - 193 pages
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My Bondage and My Freedom ...

Frederick Douglass - 1855 - 464 pages
...^bey, for I was now reading and thinking. New v, iws of the subject were presented to my mind. It P did not entirely satisfy me to narrate wrongs ; I felt like denouncing them. I could not always curb my moral indignation for the perpetrators of slaveholding villainy, long enough...
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Perspectives of Black Popular Culture

Harry B. Shaw - 1990 - 181 pages
...always obey, for I was now reading and thinking. New views of the subject were presented to my mind. It did not entirely satisfy me to narrate wrongs; I felt like denouncing them. (361-2) Douglass's need to display a rounded humanity was countered by his companions' need to persuade...
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Autobiographies

Frederick Douglass - 1994 - 1126 pages
...always obey, for I was now reading and thinking. New views of the subject were presented to my mind. It did not entirely satisfy me to narrate wrongs; I felt like denouncing them. I could not always curb my moral indignation for the perpetrators of slavehold1ng villainy, long enough...
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Constituting Americans: Cultural Anxiety and Narrative Form

Priscilla Wald - 1995 - 390 pages
...language he uses to describe his displeasure with his Garrisonian associates in My Bondage and My Freedom: "It did not entirely satisfy me to narrate wrongs; I felt like denouncing them" (MB, 220). Narrating, for Douglass, is a kind of ritualized repetition, and the 1845 Narrative in this...
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Toward a More Perfect Union: Writings of Herbert J. Storing

Herbert J. Storing - 1995 - 469 pages
...philosophy." Douglass's mind was always working; he could not talk about slavery without thinking about it. "It did not entirely satisfy me to narrate wrongs — I felt like denouncing them."1 Inevitably doubts were expressed whether a man who reasoned so well and in such fine and eloquent...
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We Wear the Mask: African Americans Write American Literature, 1760-1870

Rafia Zafar - 1997 - 249 pages
...realized that to simply tell his wrongs and sufferings, as his white colleagues urged him, was not enough. "It did not entirely satisfy me to narrate wrongs — I felt like denouncing them."52 Not only interpretation was necessary, but self-mythologizing as well. To gain the undivided...
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Countermodernism and Francophone Literary Culture: The Game of Slipknot

Keith Louis Walker - 1999 - 300 pages
...Tradit1on "I was 'a graduate' of the peculiar institution . . . with my diploma written on my back.' It did not entirely satisfy me to narrate wrongs; I felt like denouncing them. I could not always curb my moral indignation for the perpetrators of slaveholding villainy long enough...
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Genteel Rhetoric: Writing High Culture in Nineteenth-century Boston

Dorothy C. Broaddus - 1999 - 136 pages
...publicly to only tell the story of his slavery and escape. In My Bondage and My Freedom, Douglass writes, "It did not entirely satisfy me to narrate wrongs; I felt like denouncing them" (qtd. in Sekora 610). Like Stowe, Douglass was permitted to operate in the narrative mode but not the...
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African American Authors, 1745-1945: Bio-bibliographical Critical Sourcebook

Emmanuel Sampath Nelson - 2000 - 525 pages
...rejects the Garrisonian abolitionist advice to stick to "the facts" and leave the "philosophy" to others: "It did not entirely satisfy me to narrate wrongs; I felt like denouncing them" (36162). My Bondage tells some of the same stories told in the Narrative, but with additional and often...
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Global Multiculturalism: Comparative Perspectives on Ethnicity, Race, and Nation

Grant Hermans Cornwell, Eve Walsh Stoddard - 2001 - 354 pages
...speeches. I stepped upon the platform. I could not always obey, for I was now reading and thinking. ... It did not entirely satisfy me to narrate wrongs; I felt like denouncing them. ... I was growing, and needed room. ... It was said to me, "Better have a little of the plantation...
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