Up from Slavery

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  Booker T. Washington
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SKU / ISBN No 9780199671755
Product Title Up from Slavery
Board CBSE
Subject English
Class Class 9
Publisher Oxford University Press
Author Booker T. Washington
Publication Year 2017
Edition Revised Edition
Weight 190 gms
Binding Paper Back
Exam Reference Text Book

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Book Description: For half a century from its publication in 1902 Up from Slavery was the best-known book written by an African American. The life of ex-slave Booker T. Washington embodied the legendary rise of the American self- made man, and his autobiography gave prominence for the first time to the voice of a group which had to pull itself up from extreme adversity. Washington attributes his success to his belief in many of the virtues celebrated by Benjamin Franklin: selflessness, industry, pragmatism, and optimism. But from behind the mask of the humble, plainspoken schoolmaster come hints that reveal Washington to be an ambitious and tough-minded analyst of power, who had to balance the demands of blacks with the constraints imposed on him by whites. To read Up from Slavery is to explore the means by which Washington rose to become the most influential and powerful black American of his time. How far he compromised African American rights in order to achieve his aims remains a matter of controversy.

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