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MEDAL+FAN Which detail does Douglass present unflinchingly, although it reflects badly on him? A. He recalls that he tricked other children into teaching him to read. B. He admits that he sometimes wanted to kill both Covey and himself. C. He grieves when he sees how Sophia Auld changes. D. He fears that he will be found and returned to slavery.

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