Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass

Describe two conflicts between Douglas and Covey. What generalization can you make about slavery based on these conflicts?

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Covey is jealous of Douglas's intelligence. Douglas refuses to be beaten and whipped any longer. I think we can say that these conflicts amount to a lack of humanity,decency and respect on the part of Covey: there is a breaking point for everyman when he feels he has nothing more to lose.