How does Douglass's cultural point of view as a s

How does Douglass's cultural point of view as a slave from the early 1800's shape his motivation to become literate, yet also create obstacle from him? Provide at least two example from the text. Write at least 100 word response

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    **************** ***** of *****

    Douglass

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