What is the best way to describe Douglass' tone in his Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass? A. He is straightforward; matter of fact, but angered by his treatment. B. Douglass isn't bothered by what slavery was, he is simply presenting his side of the story, stating clearly that it wasn't this way for all slaves. C. He is angered by slavery, encouraging other slaves who read his book to rise against the institution, as well. D. Douglass remains calm, just presenting the facts of slavery; he shows no opinion one way or the other. Will mark brainliest!!

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I think this answer is A

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