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1  She seemed to think that here lay the danger.
The Narrative of the Life By Frederick Douglass
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2  They think their own better than that of others.
The Narrative of the Life By Frederick Douglass
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3  He seemed to think himself equal to deceiving the Almighty.
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4  My blood boils as I think of the bloody manner in which Messrs.
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5  He was said to own a thousand slaves, and I think this estimate quite within the truth.
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6  They seemed to think that the greatness of their masters was transferable to themselves.
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7  We tried to conceal our feelings as much as possible; and I think we succeeded very well.
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8  And the only explanation I can now think of does not entirely satisfy me; but such as it is, I will give it.
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9  I was too young to think of doing so immediately; besides, I wished to learn how to write, as I might have occasion to write my own pass.
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10  For a time I thought I should bleed to death; and think now that I should have done so, but that the blood so matted my hair as to stop the wound.
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11  But in spite of him, and even in spite of myself, I continued to think, and to think about the injustice of my enslavement, and the means of escape.
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12  Thus I used to think, and thus I used to speak to myself; goaded almost to madness at one moment, and at the next reconciling myself to my wretched lot.
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13  I now proceeded with my team to the place where I had, the day before, been chopping wood, and loaded my cart pretty heavily, thinking in this way to tame my oxen.
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14  Many, under the influence of this prejudice, think their own masters are better than the masters of other slaves; and this, too, in some cases, when the very reverse is true.
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15  The most of us used to drink it down, and the result was just what might be supposed; many of us were led to think that there was little to choose between liberty and slavery.
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16  When in Mr. Gardner's employment, I was kept in such a perpetual whirl of excitement, I could think of nothing, scarcely, but my life; and in thinking of my life, I almost forgot my liberty.
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17  I have never approved of the very public manner in which some of our western friends have conducted what they call the underground railroad, but which I think, by their open declarations, has been made most emphatically the upper-ground railroad.
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ContextHighlight   In CHAPTER XI
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