Write a unified, coherent, fully supported essay, a minimum 1200 words in length, that examines one or more lessons, ideas, or themes conveyed by Frederick Douglass in his Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass. this will be a third-person essay. You will not be using your personal experience as support. You will express your personal opinions and insights, of course, but without using “I think” or “I believe” — obviously, the things you write will be things you believe. So: no first-person singular pronouns “I,” “me,” etc. You can, of course, use first-person plural “we,” “us,” etc. to indicate universality.