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9 thoughts on “Love Across Color Lines Ottilie Assing and Frederick Douglass

  1. says:

    very tedious read

  2. says:

    Very cut and dry biography about the relationship between Ottilie Assing and Frederick Douglass with the majority of the book being devoted to the perspective and life of Ottilie I did like it for that reason So much infor

  3. says:

    When this book arrived in the mail I was overwhelmed by is heft A 480pp trade paperback in what had to be 6 8 point font floored me How would a slow reader like me ever complete this monster? I must say after reading it I am so completely satisfied that I did Diedrich’s profound work of nothing less than brilliant scholarship regarding the most intimate relationship of Frederick Douglass’ life has left me nothing short of stunned Thank

  4. says:

    This is a book rich in history and gives the reader an interesting peek into the social and political world of German immigrants abo

  5. says:

    Fascinating look at Fredrick Douglass's personal life This book is about Ottilie Assing than it was about Douglass She was a well educated and very strong woman who inexplicably put herself at the mercy of Douglass

  6. says:

    I read this book mostly for research material for a book I'm writing While a little dry which I think is often the nature of the beast with bio

  7. says:

    the sheer life long passion of the abolitionists is a signal example to us all these people are AWESOME and the presentation ain't bad either

  8. says:

    Fresh look at Douglass and his friend of many years

  9. says:

    Add to your reading list to better understand race relations in US antebellum South Douglass is not the only one with this story

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READ & DOWNLOAD Ú PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB µ Maria Diedrich

Ogether on Douglass's abolitionist writings Love Across Color Lines is a profound meditation on nineteenth century racial class and national boundaries and offers new insights into the career of a preeminent American leader. Fresh look at Douglass and his friend of many years

READ & DOWNLOAD Love Across Color Lines Ottilie Assing and Frederick Douglass

Love Across Color Lines Ottilie Assing and Frederick Douglass

In this nuanced sympathetic interpretation of two extraordinary lives Maria Diedrich acuaints us with an important and little known relationship Ottilie Assing an intrepid German journalist met and interviewed Frederick Dou. very tedious read

READ & DOWNLOAD Ú PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB µ Maria Diedrich

Glass in 1856 and it was an encounter that transformed the lives of both Diedrich reveals in fascinating detail their intimate twenty eight year relationship their shared intellectual and cultural interests and their work t. I read this book mostly for research material for a book I m writing While a little dry which I think is often the nature of the beast with biographies I found myself gasping at the end Without giving away the ending I can say it was certainly not what I expected