Mr. covey is always cunning up on the slaves to see what they are doing. Mr. covey would aime at them to take them by surprise. Douglass and the other slaves should watch out mr. covey more often. Douglass and the other slaves are resting mr. covey is 100 yards away and sneaks up on them to see if they are resting so that he can whip them. However he whips them for no reason.
Mr. covey was under every tree, behind every stump, in every bush and at every window, on plantation. Douglass didn’t care what weather it was as long as he didn’t get whipped. Mr. covey torcher’s them to work through all weathers and all seasons. Douglass and the slaves should not be working like this in the rain and in the winter time.
Douglass shouldn't've gotten his soul, and his spirit whipped out. Douglass and the other slaves are fanning in the treading yard were Mr. covey was 100 yards away at the house. Douglass and the other slaves should not have been suffering on the plantation. Mr. covey should at least let Douglass and the other slaves rest for just one week.