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Women in the World of Frederick Douglass

by Leigh Fought

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In his extensive writings, Frederick Douglass revealed little about his private life. His famous autobiographies present him overcoming unimaginable trials to gain his freedom and establish his identity-all in service to his public role as an abolitionist. But in both the public and domestic spheres, Douglass relied on a complicated array of relationships with women: white and black, slave-mistresses and family, political collaborators and intellectual companions, wives and daughters. And the great man needed them throughout a turbulent life that was never so linear and self-made as he often wished to portray it.

In Women in the World of Frederick Douglass, Leigh Fought illuminates the life of the famed abolitionist off the public stage. She begins with the women he knew during his life as a slave: his mother, from whom he was separated; his grandmother, who raised him; his slave mistresses, including the one who taught him how to read; and his first wife, Anna Murray, a free woman who helped him escape to freedom and managed the household that allowed him to build his career. Fought examines Douglass's varied relationships with white women-including Maria Weston Chapman, Julia Griffiths, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Ottilie Assing--who were crucial to the success of his newspapers, were active in the antislavery and women's movements, and promoted his work nationally and internationally. She also considers Douglass's relationship with his daughter Rosetta, who symbolized her parents' middle class prominence but was caught navigating between their public and private worlds. Late in life, Douglass remarried to a white woman, Helen Pitts, who preserved his papers, home, and legacy for history.

By examining the circle of women around Frederick Douglass, this work brings these figures into sharper focus and reveals a fuller and more complex image of the self-proclaimed "woman's rights man."

 

 

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price: $29.95
bound: 417 pages
publisher: Oxford University Press (April 5, 2017)
lang: English
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In arts and literatureWhile he continued to be a controversial figure, Douglass stood before many national institutions to deliver his speeches including "The Church and Prejudice" (1841), "The Nature of Slavery", "The Inhumanity of Slavery" (1850), "The Internal Slave Trade", (1852), "The Anti-Slavery Movement" (1855), and "What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?" (5 July, 1852), "This Fourth of July is yours, not mineDuring that same economic crisis, his final newspaper, The New Era, failed as wellRead this List William Shakespeare English poet, dramatist, and actor, often called the English national poet and considered by many to be the greatest dramatist of all timeHe thought that all men, great and small, bond and free, were sinners in the sight of God: that they were by nature rebels against His government; and that they must repent of their sins, and be reconciled to God through ChristFrederick Douglass: at a mass meeting, held at National Hall, Philadelphia, July 6, 1863, for the promotion of colored enlistments"6569With the aid of a Mr

 

Retrieved on November 26, 2010The exact year and date of Douglass's birth are unknown, though later in life he chose to celebrate it on February 14^ "Who is Black? One Nation's Definition"Sometimes considered a precursor of a non-denominational liberation theology,[69][70] Douglass was a deeply spiritual man, as his home continues to showWhere did Frederick Douglass grow up?^ Thomson, Conyers & Dawson (2009) 3cf411504a

 

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