- Words: 630
- Length: 2 Pages
- Topic: Literature
- Paper #: 53768132
Instead, he writes to poem to discuss the essence of Douglass's work. Until true justice is achieved, and until there is true social equity, Douglass's narrative will remain just a work of history. Hayden dreams of a world in which freedom is second-nature and we no longer need to study slave narratives to know why.
A focal point of the poem is the term "freedom," which is "beautiful and terrible"