A response to " the middle passage"
The part of the book that stood out the most in the second half of his narrative is the part where he stands up to Mr. Covey. Douglas comes back after a two day disappearance and is to endure the wrath of Covey. Something in Douglas says no not this time and he and Covey begin to battle. They fight for about two hours and no one will come to Covey's assistance.
After the fighting is over, Covey is left bloody and Douglas has not a single mark on him. After this moment Douglas never receives a whipping from Covey again, only mere threats.
I choose this part because it is one of the trul…
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