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Mr.Covey had succeeded in breaking Douglass, he had lost his movtivation to escape, he had given up and no longer had the spirit to move on. He surrendered to slavery.
Although Frederick Douglass had become a broken slave, there were signs and opportunities that had gave his motivation back and made him unbroken
Sometimes Douglass would watch the ships sail off of Chesapeake Bay. When watching these ships he would say "O that I were free! O, that I were on one of your gallant decks, and under your protecting wing!..O, why was I born a man. whom to make a brute!...I will run away. I will not stand it.
One day while Frederick Douglas was in a farm, he met with Mr.Covey. He had felt the need to punish Douglass. Mr.Covey had tried to tie Douglass down ans whip him. Douglass would not allow this, he put up a fight with Mr.Covey and had fought him successfully, Mr.Covey hadn't tried to whip him ever since
This fight had given Frederick Douglass his spirit back, "It may be that my misery in slavery will only increase my happiness when I get free. There is a better day coming"
Frederick Douglass nervously waited as he was inspected by the conductor on the train, luckily his papers showing he was a free slave were believable. After leaving Maryland, Douglass had passed through Delaware, an other slave state. On September 1838, Frederick was a freeman, living in the big city of New York.
One day, Frederick
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