My Bondage and My Freedom
This Norton Critical Edition includes: Nick Bromell and R. Blakeslee Gilpin's introduction to Frederick Douglass's second autobiography, providing the deep contextualisation teachers want and students need. The first edition text (1855), accompanied by the editors' detailed explanatory footnotes.
Twelve contemporary works that relate to My Bondage and My Freedom, including writings by Frederick Douglass, Benjamin Franklin, William Lloyd Garrison, Henry David Thoreau, Harriet Beecher Stowe and Harriet Jacobs. Nineteen critical assessments of My Bondage and My Freedom-nine contemporary and ten recent interpretations-to inspire classroom discussion and research topics across the curriculumA chronology of Frederick Douglass's life and work and a selected bibliography.
Published 20/11/2020 in United States as part of the Norton Critical Editions series
Paperback | 504 pages