Education is an important theme in Frederick Douglass’s Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, and he devotes a good portion of the book to explaining how he learned to read and write. But literacy is not the only subject of Douglass’s education. Write a paper that examines the scope of Douglass’s learning, as he develops the subject of education across the breadth of the Narrative. In what ways does this education complement and extend his education in reading and writing? And how does education in general contribute to his determination to become free?