- For what two reasons does Frederick tell us that he cannot relate the means of his escape?
- Why does he not approve of the underground railroad?
- What does Master Hugh do to attempt to encourage Frederick to continue to earn money? What effect does his
- encouragement have?
- What does Frederick ask of Master Thomas? What is he told?
- What arrangement does Frederick eventually make with Master Hugh? Why is this arrangement to Master Hugh’s
- advantage? Why does Frederick agree to it?
- What does Master Hugh do when he discovers that Frederick has left town to find work?
- Why does Frederick decide to work hard despite the dissolution of their agreement?
- When and to where does Frederick run away?
- Why does he feel so lonely?
- Who helps Frederick in New York? How?
- How is it possible for Frederick and Anna to marry? Why is their marriage such an important event?
- Why does Mr. Ruggles suggest that Frederick not stay in New York and go to New Bedford, Massachusetts?
- Who helps Frederick and Anna in New Bedford? What does he do for them?
- Why did Frederick change his name so many times? Who chooses Douglass? Why?
- What had Douglass believed about life in the North? Was he correct? What does he find about life in the North?
- How were the wharves in New Bedford different from those in Baltimore?
- What conditions did he find for “colored people”?
- What does Douglass discover about prejudice against color in New Bedford?
- How does Douglass make a living when he can’t find work as a caulker?
- How does Douglass become known to the “anti-slavery world”?
- Why is Douglass at first reluctant to speak out against slavery?
Thursday, April 7, 2011
FD Ch 11 Study Guide, Due 4-8-11