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Pulitzer Prize–winning author McFeely captures the power and the contemplative nature of Douglass, while shedding light on the insecurities and humanity of the man himself. The power of this landmark biography lies in McFeely’s ability to bring to life not only the charismatic man, but the age as well—detailing the struggle for emancipation in the political arena as the nation moved toward civil war.

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Quotes & Awards

  • “Succeeds in humanizing one of the most influential blacks of the nineteenth century…has a freshness of fact and boldness of interpretation that is admirable.”

    New York Times

  • “Compelling…An engaging and well-written work of literature…What a time. What a book.”

    Los Angeles Times

  • “Comprehensive, insightful and well-written…deserves a wide readership…because its subject reveals so much about the dramatic complexities of human nature and American history, particularly that large and vexing aspect of our history that is rooted in the race question.”

    Chicago Tribune

  • “Brilliant…Thoroughly engrossing…The most comprehensive work on Douglass to date.”

    Washington Post 

  • “A masterpiece…Will rightfully assume its place as the standard biography of a truly great figure in the nation’s past.”

    New York Newsday

  • “A stunning biography of…one of the giants of nineteenth-century America, a great orator in the age of orators, the creator of a self-portrait that shaped black sensibilities. This illuminating portrait dispenses with the myths.”

    Financial Times (London)

  • A 1992 Pulitzer Prize Finalist for Biography/Autobiography
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