anonymous
  • anonymous
How does Douglass put an end to Covey's brutal treatment of him? A. He gets a root to carry in his right pocket to keep Covey from striking him. B. He hides in a cornfield when Covey is seeking him to whip him. C. He attacks Covey and beats him severely enough that Covey fears for his reputation as a slave-breaker. D. He tries to work so well that Covey will have no reason to whip him.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
b maybe
Smartyprincess
  • Smartyprincess
C. He attacks Covey and beats him severely enough that Covey fears for his reputation as a slave-breaker.
Smartyprincess
  • Smartyprincess
ok i am done, bie.

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ok

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