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1.Why does Douglass believe “Slavery proved as injurious to [his master’s wife] as it did to [him]”?2.After his confrontation with Mr. Covey, what does Douglass mean when he writes “however long I might remain a slave in form, the day had passed forever when I could be a slave in fact”?3.Why is Douglass able to “understand the deep meaning of those rude and apparently incoherent songs” sung by slaves only when he no longer is a slave himself?4.When Douglass writes, “You have seen how a man was made a slave; you shall see how a slave was made a man," what does he understand a man to be?5.Douglass describes knowledge as “valuable bread” and the
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